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Tesla needed some good news. These sales numbers help

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  1. Tesla earnings (27/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    All eyes on Tesla today! ???? The company posted better than expected Q1 earnings, with sale up ????74% from the same period a year ago, as well as earnings Per share of 93 cents, compared to what the analysts expected 79 cents, good numbers to say the least, in large parts helped by Bitcoin. The company bought and sold the crypto assets, for a grand total of positive gain of $101 million added to profits. “We do believe long term in the value of Bitcoin”, said the CFO of Tesla in the conference call BTC is up 3.67% this morning, while Tesla is actually trading 2.48% lower in the pre-market, as more traditional investors shrug off BTC gains. Will you buy Tesla and BTC? ????let me know ????   submitted by   /u/purple_lil [link]   [comments]
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  2. Tesla's China sales more than doubled in 2020 (09/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/09/teslas-china-sales-more-than-doubled-in-2020.html Tesla's sales in China more than doubled last year to $6.66 billion, according to a filing out Monday. That's about one-fifth of Tesla's sales overall, a far greater proportion than the 12% in 2019. The electric car maker has been ramping up production at its factory in Shanghai and selling China-made vehicles to the local market.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments]
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  3. Can we talk about Tesla (TSLA)? (02/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I`d like to share my views of the short-term future of Tesla and would like to know what everyone thinks. I think at least for this month TSLA is going to be pretty much uphill and there are three (confirmed, but actually four?) major factors; 1. Deliveries numbers were higher than expected even without the production of a model and counting the chip shortages. That`s remarkable. This should take effect as soon as monday, since the numbers were released today. 2. If deliveries are high (and I have 0 things to believe all the clean energy part is doing great too) chances are profits will also be higher than expected. This should happen when these numbers are released later this month. The Biden plan and the rise of US jobs both are doing to the market overall. This should also benefit big companies like Tesla. 4 (?). We may get updates on the cybertruck design and on how the new gigafactories are doing. Although delays or bad designs can harm the image of the company, I think that rather than getting bad news we will probably just get no news at all. So what is everyone thinking about the tesla stock in the short term period? Are you buying more or selling? I know it is going to be even bigger in a larger time frame such as the end of the year and the following years, but I am thinking about things that could happen this month to rise the stock to lower levels. Very likely not the ATH, but at least giving the stock a boast after dropping so hard this year.   submitted by   /u/WitnessAppropriate [link]   [comments]
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  4. How Tesla takes advantage of German taxpayers' money (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    A few days ago I wrote a post questioning Tesla's practices. Tesla offered customers in Germany to buy back their recently purchased vehicle (half a year old) at a very high price if they bought the new model. In one example, this went so far that the customer received €3000 net for buying a new car (because of the high environmental bonus). (https://teslamag.de/news/verkaufsoffensive-tesla-deutschland-hohe-restwert-angebote-lieferung-nach-hause-34929) After several investigations and further articles published on this topic, the following is now clear. Tesla takes the car in part-exchange and sells it used (often abroad) at a good price, while the new car bought brings again 6000€ in environmental bonuses. So the German taxpayer has paid 12000€ tax money for a used Model 3 and a new Model 3, one of which will probably end up in Denmark or something, and Tesla has increased its official sales figure. (https://teslamag.de/news/super-angebot-tesla-tausch-model-3-sr-neues-long-range-34942) We should limit these environmental subsidies somehow, maybe you should only get them per person every 3 years. You can call it smart what Tesla is doing here, helping itself to German taxpayers' money through these tricks after billions of euros in funding for the factory in Germany. However, it's not the decent thing to do, and that says enough about Tesla for me.   submitted by   /u/GordonGekkoVienna [link]   [comments]
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  5. Increased "competition" in the EV space is bullish news for TSLA, not bearish (23/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Disclaimer! I'm not saying i'm bullish (or bearish) on TSLA, just that this particular argument is weak. Many TSLA bears point out the risk of increased competition resulting from companies moving into the EV space, especially since nearly all major makes now have an EV either in production or in development. For one, most of these cars target a completely different customer. Simply, cars like the Nissan Leaf or Chevy Bolt aren't cutting into Tesla sales just like the Toyota Corolla isn't cutting into BMW 330i sales. While it's true that "better" or more luxury lines like the Audi E-Tron are coming out, they're still not quite there in terms of competitive features and price point. It's reasonable to think many customers who are buying a $70k car are willing to spending another $10k for significantly better range, a bigger battery, better charging infrastructure, falcon wing doors, etc. Think about it, how many Model Xs do you see on the road versus an Audi E-Tron or Jaguar I-PACE? Yes, those cars newer, but there are other reasons for their dismal sales too. So while there's going to be some buyers choosing these new EVs over a Tesla, it's not the doom and gloom that Tesla bears seem to think. IMO, The competition between EVs versus ICEs is much more significant than the competition between EVs. Lastly and most importantly, this increase in "competition" just draw more attention to the EV market in general, which will always be good for Tesla and this is why Musk has always pushed for more competition in the EV space. For instance, if we take the current EV market to have a relative "size" or value of 1 and Tesla owns 90% of it, that's a size or value of 0.9 for Tesla. But if this competition and attention causes the EV market to grow to 3 but Tesla only owns 40% of it, that's still a size of 1.2 for Tesla.   submitted by   /u/Fargraven [link]   [comments]
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  6. : Strong Tesla sales are a ‘drop the mic’ moment, analyst says (02/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Even amid chip and parts shortages, Tesla sales in the first quarter were 'a massive homerun' for bulls, analyst says.
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  7. : Strong Tesla sales are a ‘drop the mic’ moment, analyst says (02/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Even amid chip and parts shortages, Tesla sales in the first quarter were 'a massive homerun' for bulls, analyst says.
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  8. NewsWatch: Tesla’s first-quarter sales rise more than 70% (26/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Tesla Inc. stock edged lower late Monday after the Silicon Valley electric-car maker reported first-quarter profit above expectations, but sales missed the mark slightly.
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  9. Tesla reports 180,338 vehicles produced, 184,800 delivered in first quarter 2021 (02/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/02/tesla-tsla-q1-2021-vehicle-production-and-delivery-numbers.html Tesla just reported first-quarter vehicle production and delivery numbers for 2021. In total, it delivered 184,800 vehicles and produced 180,338 cars. All of the electric vehicles it produced were Model 3 sedans and Model Y crossover SUVs, though it also delivered 2,020 Model S sedans and Model X SUVs. Tesla stock is still overvalued at current price. The delivery miss is due to the chip shortage and should be only temporary. With today strong job number, bond yield might raise again and Monday there might be tech stocks selloff again. Investors could buy tesla stocks around $600 and hold for long term. Tesla should be able to mitigate the chip shortage issue.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments]
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  10. Tesla comes under growing China pressure after customer complaint (26/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    The singling-out of Tesla in China, which accounts for 30% of the U.S. firm's global sales and where it makes cars at its own factory in Shanghai, comes amid ongoing U.S.-China tensions and as other foreign firms have encountered backlash. ​ https://news.yahoo.com/tesla-comes-under-growing-china-163458554.html   submitted by   /u/Hard_working247 [link]   [comments]
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  11. Earnings Results: Tesla’s first-quarter sales rise more than 70% (26/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Tesla Inc. stock edged lower late Monday after the Silicon Valley electric-car maker reported first-quarter profit above expectations, but sales missed the mark slightly.
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  12. Earnings Results: Tesla’s first-quarter sales rise more than 70% (26/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Tesla Inc. stock edged lower late Monday after the Silicon Valley electric-car maker reported first-quarter profit above expectations, but sales missed the mark slightly.
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  13. : Tesla stock and bitcoin drop after Elon Musk says car sales with crypto will be halted due to energy usage of mining (13/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Tesla Inc. will halt sales of cars using bitcoin due to the effects on the environment mining the cryptocurrency can have, Chief Executive Elon Musk said Wednesday, and prices of Tesla shares and the cryptocurrency dropped immediately after.
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  14. Tesla outlook (26/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Is Tesla market share of the ev sector going to dwindle away with increasing competition from VW, Ford , GM , Japanese , Korean and Chinese automakers. It's already begun Bloomberg noted vw has surpassed tesla in European sales. Is it a matter of time before tesla becomes just another automaker in a crowded ev field . The compeition is catching up fast now it is not like the past . Is it a matter of when not if that the ev sector becomes saturated with cheaper innovative ev . Tesla had a great run but is it's dominance waning or on decline in the near future. Is that why the share price is not very bullish lately . It is also dragging down ark funds holding tesla . Is it time to take profits or keep holding tesla .   submitted by   /u/Shaun8030 [link]   [comments]
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  15. : Tesla’s first-quarter sales likely hampered by chip and parts shortages (30/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Tesla Inc. is set to report first-quarter sales later this week, with Wall Street expectations dulled by ongoing chip and parts shortages and investors still miffed that the Silicon Valley electric-car maker did not set up specific sales goals for the year.
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  16. : Tesla stock falls again after downbeat China sales data (11/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    Shares of Tesla Inc. took another dive Tuesday, after the electric vehicle maker's April sales in China fell sharply from March, more so than its rivals amid negative public relations issues.
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  17. I do not understand why the market reacts to good news in this way. (15/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I just do not understand the market’s reaction to good news. If someone has any insight, I am eager to learn. As far as I can tell, nothing but great news for Novavax this week…. Down 10% today alone. Nothing but good news for Moderna… down 3% so far today. No significant news from Tilray… down 5% today. Now I understand that this seems to be a full market correction. Maybe some days are just tragic for everyone. But given the good news from Novavax, why would it be down at all, let alone so much deeper than the market average? And so on and so on and so on. I’ve got something like 50-60 equities and a couple of coin. 11 are up but nothing over 2.20%. From LMND (down 6%!) to CRSPR, Spotify, Uber, Tesla, Walmart, McDonalds, JP Morgan… every sector is red. My portfolio looks like a murder scene. So much red based on so little news. Am I just getting my information from the wrong sources? Do I need to refresh my pages, or set different alerts? I’m very confused. If anyone can explain anything at all, I’d appreciate it!   submitted by   /u/Strongest-There-Is [link]   [comments]
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  18. Tesla has been overstating earnings and analysts have figured it out (02/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://twitter.com/TheLastBearSta1/status/1377709751723827201 -Tesla reaches scale production of Model 3 in min 2018, leading to huge Model 3 Sales as it worked through pre-sale backlog -But by 2019, production capacity outstripped domestic demand, leaving Tesla with excess Model 3s it needed to sell - so it started exporting Fremont production despite its own overseas factories already under construction -During this period, two CAOs one CFO and several GCs were replaced and Tesla restated its financials based on revised revenue recognition relating to lease sales. Red flags abound. -Under new accounting, Tesla could recognize lease sale as regular revenue so long as the expected future fair market value (determined by Tesla) exceeded the guaranteed buyback price. -But looking closer at the description of these new leases, it seems tailor made to overestimate sales via financing agreemens (repos) with offshore entities. -Only problem is that cars depreciate. In a repo, you pay a higher price at the end of the term than you receive in initially, therefore any sales would have to be written off as the counterparty's "put" is int he money - indeed Tesla 1Q2019 wrote off $500M in sales. -To fix this problem, in 2Q2019 Elon and Tesla make the claim that the Model 3 is an "Appreciating Asset" based on its potential future FSD capabilities, providing public corroboration to underpin its accounting claim it was about to make -Setting the stage for Robotaxi Repo. By claiming the Model 3s were appreciating asset, they could recognize 100% of revenue for their excess production, without recognizing any offsetting liability or write downs as the estimated future value would exceed the buyback price. -Beginning in 2Q2019 Tesla "Other" international revenue mysteriously exploded, as its inventory dramatically shrank. From 2Q-4Q2019 these sales represented 36% of total Tesla revenue. Tesla stopped breaking out this category in 2020. -We estimate $2.5bn of Robotaxi repos took place over three quarters in 2019. Operating cash flow ex. this amount was negative. FCF was -$2.5bn vs $0.0bn as reported. This could have included up to about 100k cars or likely 10%-30% of 2019 deliveries depending on sales price. -All Teslas key metrics rebounded substantially from 1Q2019 and have remained strong going forward.   submitted by   /u/LegendLarrynumero1 [link]   [comments]
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  19. Settled: Consumer-targeted battery electric vehicle landscape for Q1 (25/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    The consumer-targeted battery electric vehicle landscape for Q1 has been settled. Li Auto and Xpeng each delivered 13K EVs: https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2021/04/02/2203765/0/en/Li-Auto-Inc-March-2021-Delivery-Update.html https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210331006089/en/XPeng-Announces-Vehicle-Delivery-Results-for-March-and-First-Quarter-2021 NIO delivered 20K EVs: https://www.investors.com/news/nio-stock-china-ev-stocks-march-q1-2021-sales-data/ Tesla delivered 185K EVs: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/02/tesla-tsla-q1-2021-vehicle-production-and-delivery-numbers.html And in between? At 60K EVs, Volkswagen delivered more EVs than NIO, Li Auto, and Xpeng combined: https://twitter.com/VWGroup/status/1385531130695274498   submitted by   /u/Torlek1 [link]   [comments]
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  20. I just do not understand the market’s reaction to good news (15/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As far as I can tell, nothing but great news for Novavax this week…. Down 10% today alone. Nothing but good news for Moderna… down 3% so far today. No significant news from Tilray… down 5% today. Now I understand that this seems to be a full market correction. Maybe some days are just tragic for everyone. But given the good news from Novavax, why would it be down at all, let alone so much deeper than the market average? And so on and so on and so on. I’ve got something like 50-60 equities and a couple of coin. 11 are up but nothing over 2.20%. From LMND (down 6%!) to CRSPR, Spotify, Uber, Tesla, Walmart, McDonalds, JP Morgan… every sector is red. My portfolio looks like a murder scene. So much red based on so little news. Am I just getting my information from the wrong sources? Do I need to refresh my pages, or set different alerts? I’m very confused. If anyone can explain anything at all, I’d appreciate it! Crosspost from r/stockmarket   submitted by   /u/Strongest-There-Is [link]   [comments]
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  21. Something does not add up with Tesla: JUNE 3 China orders fall almost 50% in may / JUNE 8: sold 33,463 cars in china in May 29% Rise YoY. (08/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I find the news coming from from Tesla confusing. The stock dropped last Thursday because of a report that: Tesla's China Orders Fall Almost 50% in May (link) https://www.benzinga.com/news/21/06/21417245/teslas-china-orders-fall-almost-50-in-may Then today a new report reveals that: China Passenger Car Association Said Tesla Sold 33,463 Cars in China in May, Including Exports, A 29% Rise YoY (link) https://www.benzinga.com/news/21/06/21465565/china-passenger-car-association-said-tesla-sold-33-463-cars-in-china-in-may-including-exports-a-29-r Does anyone else find this information conflicting or order and sales and different things in this context?   submitted by   /u/abdul10000 [link]   [comments]
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  22. Tesla beats earnings estimates, EPS 0.93 vs. 0.80 expected. Vehicle deliveries set a record of 184,800. (26/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/tesla-reports-q1-2021-earnings-results-124505076.html What do you think about these news? Does this change your opinion about Tesla in the long run? These news are positive with the earnings beat, but I’d like to hear your opinions.   submitted by   /u/juaggo_ [link]   [comments]
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  23. : Tesla stock upgraded by Wedbush after ‘paradigm changer’ delivery numbers (05/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Wedbush Securities upgraded its outlook for Tesla Inc. on Sunday following stronger-than-expected quarterly deliveries.
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  24. Cathie Wood (ARK) is delusional. She is trying to manipulate the value of Tesla stock. (21/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    "Cathie Wood’s Ark Invest said it expects Tesla Inc’s share price to reach the $3,000 mark by 2025. Ark expects Tesla's market capitalization to reach as high as $4 trillion in the best-case scenario, according to a research note published here on Friday." Tesla stock is already overvalued +X8 times based on car sales. All future innovations for the next 100 years including Mars colonization are already factored in in Teslas massive overvaluation. Folks, Tesla will not be worth 4 trillion by 2025. That is ridiculus. She is just trying to manipulate the market. SEC should open a case against her. Tesla is not even worth $100 billions based on car sales and its balance sheet (net income) Tesla stock will lose more value. It will normalize in the $150-200 range by the end of the Spring season. If you own Tesla, take Cathie's desperate attempt to manipulate the market as a red flag, and realize your gains if you have any. Tesla is collapsing and even Elon Brother's sold a portion of his stock in the $800-900 range, Elon's family knows that TSLA will never reach $1,000 in the next 5 years. Cathie Wood's Ark expects Tesla stock to reach $3000 by 2025   submitted by   /u/_bono983 [link]   [comments]
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  25. Cathie Wood says her confidence is growing in Tesla, Ark Invest has been adding to position (17/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/17/cathie-wood-says-her-confidence-is-growing-in-tesla-ark-invest-has-been-adding-to-position.html Cathie Wood said Ark Invest is still bullish on Tesla and continues to buy up shares of the electric carmaker. Cathie wood is managing the ark funds very well and she still believe that tesla will be able to transform the world. Arkk and tesla are both going down now and investors could buy those shares now for a long term holding. Tesla under $800 is a good entry point, with tesla start to entering India market, that will be a big grow opportunity.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments]
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  26. : Forget NIO and XPeng. This company and Tesla will be the top 2 electric-vehicle plays by 2025, says UBS (09/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Within the next four years it will be Volkswagen competing with Tesla for the crown of most EV sales globally, according to UBS.
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  27. Can someone explain to me why Tesla does this? (15/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It is a German article, but you can have it translated with "deepl". Tesla is calling customers in Germany who have recently bought a car to buy it back from them at a great price if they buy a new one. Is Tesla trying to artificially boost its sales figures and at the same time get more subsidies from the state? Very strange for a company that claims to be production-limited. In the article it says: ​ "An author from teslamag.de also received a call last week with such a special offer from Tesla. For his six-month-old Model 3 Standard Range Plus (SR+) with just under 30,000 kilometres, he was offered an unsolicited 36,900 euros if he switched to a new model. The Model 3 SR+ currently costs 39,900 euros new, but you can deduct another 6000 euros from the environmental bonus. With a profit of 3000 euros, our author could exchange his used Tesla for a brand new one." ​ https://teslamag.de/news/verkaufsoffensive-tesla-deutschland-hohe-restwert-angebote-lieferung-nach-hause-34929   submitted by   /u/GordonGekkoVienna [link]   [comments]
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  28. One share of Tesla vs 2 shares of QQQ!!! Which is better? ???????????????????????? (07/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I've been investing in stocks for only a couple of months and still pretty new to the whole thing. I purchased one share of Tesla at $425. We all obviously know the Rollercoaster ride it's been on. So now I'm really looking into getting some ETF's for the long haul. I'm thinking about selling this one share of Tesla and getting two shares of QQQ...do you guys think this is good long term? I can't help but feel like Tesla will go to damn near $5000 in the future...and I'd be a fool to sell. What say you guys?   submitted by   /u/djdeedame [link]   [comments]
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  29. Tesla (TSLA) could be worth $2.9 Trillion USD by 2025. The Next Tesla? At least $1.1 Trillion USD. (More DD Valuation Re. VOW and VWAGY) (23/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Today, ARK's Cathie Wood declared that Tesla could be worth $2.9 trillion USD by 2025, when setting a $3,000 price target. What about the Next Tesla? Thanks to guidance from Deutsche Bank, the Next Tesla, Volkswagen, Das Auto, should be worth at least $1.1 trillion USD, or over €0.9 trillion, by 2025. As of yesterday, Volkswagen's ICE and hybrid business should have been worth €181.2 billion. Its consumer EV business proper should have been worth between €195.0 billion to €479.1 billion. So, how does the grossly undervalued Volkswagen get to €0.9 trillion by 2025? The easier part is achieving and maintaining a valuation of €181.2 billion for its ICE and hybrid business. As for the more ambitious part, management released this Investor Presentation: Leading the Transformation Its 231,600 consumer EVs sold in 2020 constituted approximately 3% of its sales mix. This achievement surpassed management estimates. Next year, the company intends to increase this by at least two-fold, such that the sales mix is 6%. Expect anywhere between 463,200 and 500,000 EVs. Deutsche Bank's conservative valuation of €195.0 billion for the consumer EV business today is surely based on lower numbers. By 2025, the company intends to achieve a consumer EV sales mix of approximately 20%. Expect approximately 1,544,000 EVs, or between 1.5 million and 1.6 million EVs. Without taking into account inflation, consumer EV revenues should be in the neighborhood of €36.98 billion. Every bubble play has a price-to-sales multiple of at least 20. Even Deutsche Bank has conceded this distinguished multiple for the likes of Nio, despite that pure play EV maker having lower gross margin percentages than Tesla. Therefore, the consumer EV business should be worth at least €739.7 billion by 2025. All this is how the Next Tesla, Volkswagen, Das Auto, can reach a value of at least €920.9 billion, or over $1.1 trillion USD, by 2025. Disclosure: Long POAHY. [VOW is the actual European stock ticker. VWAGY is for American depository receipt equivalents at one-tenth of VOW. Meanwhile, PAH3 is the actual European stock ticker for parent company Porsche, while POAHY is for the American depository receipt equivalents at one-tenth of PAH3.]   submitted by   /u/Torlek1 [link]   [comments]
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  30. The Ratings Game: Volkswagen’s BEV sales could beat Tesla’s next year, says Deutsche Bank (22/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    By next year, the German auto maker's battery-electric vehicle sales could outpace that of industry giant Tesla, say Deutsche Bank analysts, who lifted their price target on buy-rated Volkswagen to €270 from €185 per share in a note to clients on Monday.
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  31. : Expect ‘eye-popping’ sales numbers from some consumer companies as calendar laps COVID closures (07/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Investors should expect other "eye-popping" sales numbers from retailers in the coming weeks, amid a "weird" year in which the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the retail segment.
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  32. : Expect ‘eye-popping’ sales numbers from some consumer companies as calendar laps COVID closures (07/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Investors should expect other "eye-popping" sales numbers from retailers in the coming weeks, amid a "weird" year in which the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the retail segment.
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  33. Tesla drops another 6% in premarket, bringing two-day losses to 14% (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/23/tesla-drops-another-6percent-in-premarket-bringing-two-day-losses-to-14percent.html The Elon Musk-led company finished 2020 as one of the top-performing stocks, and that momentum continued into 2021, with the stock hitting an all-time high on Jan. 25. But since that high water mark, the stock has tumbled 20%. Tesla stock dropped from $900 to $660 now, it is almost a 30% drop. People can start initiate a position, it is a good long term play stock. With ev will be the main focus of the future, and tesla keep expanding the market, it is a good entry point today. Please remember red day is day to buy and not panic sell.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments]
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  34. Tesla China April sales figures only 25k? (11/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As I understand it Tesla sold 25000 cars in April in China INCLUDING exports. In the past, the export figures were also always included in the sales figures. Several Twitter users, who are always up to date, have already corrected their posts. https://twitter.com/DKurac/status/1392063797515280384?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1392063797515280384%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fteslamag.de%2Fnews%2Fchina-april-tesla-verkaeufe-lokale-fabrik-gesunken-exporte-drastisch-gesteigert-36793 This is the Global Times article: https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202105/1223185.shtml A very well informed Tesla forum in Germany has also already updated the statement and reports a total of 25000 cars including exports: https://teslamag.de/news/china-april-tesla-verkaeufe-lokale-fabrik-gesunken-exporte-drastisch-gesteigert-36793 I'm honestly a little confused about the unclear reporting. If anyone finds something more recent, please just comment and I'll attach it to the post in the follow-up.   submitted by   /u/GordonGekkoVienna [link]   [comments]
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  35. Fisker Battery Target (27/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    So I've been in $FSR for a while now (early Jan), love the vehicle. It's doing well for me. I think they're better positioned to compete with Tesla than Lucid right now considering they already have major manufacturing partnerships (tho I will buy Lucid once that reverse merger is complete, bought CCIV at 22, sold at 34, not mad). They're looking for a battery manufacturer to partner with. I want the combo surge on news release. Any ideas on who they might target? Panasonic can barely handle the volume from Tesla, so I don't think that's it. I assume it'll be a manufacturer with a plant in the US already based on reports. They've also been fighting with QuantumScape, so that's probably out of the picture tho not ruling it out completely. CATL provides for VW right now, manufacturing out of a plant in Germany. I know it won't be a small company because they'll be looking for heavy volume early, which is probably why they went with FOXCONN (and they have a mostly empty plant in Wisconsin now). LG Chem has a large facility in California and a is major manufacturer, though probably not much to gain from that. So looking for more ideas. Because of the time between news release and actual date of manufacture, I'll probably sell on the news. Re-buy later as they drop a bit. I do think they have one more surge to go yet and believe their short-term target price is $40, probably $120 nearing first sales. I think it will be a good growth stock eventually, just not right now. This is not financial advice.   submitted by   /u/Ok-Midnight9757 [link]   [comments]
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  36. USE my drone videos to stay up to date with Tesla: GigaTexas TeraTexas Tesla 4680 Cybertruck Factory Update: Good Sunset Go... (03/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  37. Tesla went up because Cathy Wood used her last available ARK funds in an attempt to stop Tesla's collapse. Tomorrow, Tesla will go down. (10/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Don't be fooled about Tesla going up today. The stock will go down tomorrow 1) because Cathy Woods already invested all ARK had available to buy Tesla stock 2) because millionaires than made 20% profit today will sell tomorrow morning to realize the 20% one day quick investment gain. Ark will collapse if Tesla keeps going down. Today was an ARK move to stop Tesla's collapse. Tomorrow, Tesla will go down more than %5 percent. ARK depends on Tesla   submitted by   /u/_bono983 [link]   [comments]
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  38. Investing in Good companies :) (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    One thing I love about the modern investing landscape is people are choosing progress, ethical, future orientated companies. Is there a money reason, of course hah But still we have seen Tesla, Crispr Therapeutics AG, Virgin Galactic (SPCE), and so many others soar. I am curious is there a good list of these companies that are leaders in there area of innovation, good ethics, or future leaning? The above are great but oh my god soooo over priced hah (Tesla hate incoming) so yah thought I would see what all companies you guys like or watch. Or just companies you think are doing or going to do big things and why.   submitted by   /u/WhichEdge [link]   [comments]
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  39. $NIO Grabbed 23% Share Of China's All-Electric SUV Market In April, Ahead Of $Tesla's 17% (14/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As reported by Benzinga: Nio Inc (NYSE: NIO) grabbed the largest market share in China's all-electric SUV market in April, higher than its U.S.-based rival Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA), according to China Automotive Technology and Research Center data. Nio clocked a total of 7,404 SUV sales in April — with the ES6 model selling the most at 3,302 vehicles, EC6 sales were 2,484 units and ES8 sales at 1,618 units, the report said XPEV made up for 7% of the all-electric SUV market in the month.   submitted by   /u/YouBetterChill [link]   [comments]
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  40. There won't be any NASDAQ drop! Just buy more! (25/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Bears trying to scare people but AMAZON, TESLA, NVIDIA, APPLE, MICROSOFT, PINTEREST, APPLE ETC will rise a lot. Why would those stocks drop when having good earnings? Im willing to invest in companies that have good earnings. Those bears wants you to sell your stocks for dip but don't do that. There won't be any red days in NASDAQ this week! Don't trust those bears!!! DON'T!!! PLZ NO SELL! OR I LOSE MY MONEY! I buy Microsoft and TESLA stocks with 20k euro. And because earnings will be good, those stocks will rise. Just like all other good stocks rise with good earnings. No need to wait for dip because there won't be any!!   submitted by   /u/MAARJA007 [link]   [comments]
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  41. Tesla stock outlook soars to $1,300 per share, driven by Biden’s $10k EV tax credit (07/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Tesla’s stock price soared during Monday trading following the report of impressive Q1 2021 delivery and production numbers last Friday. Bullish analyst Dan Ives of Wedbush, who boosted his outlook on Tesla stock to “Outperform” from a “Hold” rating following the Q1 figures, believes that the stock could cross the $1,300 mark in the coming months, especially if Presiden Joe Biden’s planned EV tax credit is pushed through. Wedbush sources indicate that the previously thought $7,000 credit could be increased to $10,000, further incentivizing car buyers to purchase electric powertrains instead of gas-powered ones. https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-stock-1300-per-share-biden-10k-ev-credit/   submitted by   /u/chrisdh79 [link]   [comments]
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  42. Elon Musk’s Tesla tweets violated settlement agreement (02/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    SEC officials pointed to a tweet on May 1, 2020, in which Musk said that Tesla’s stock price was “too high,” prompting a more than $13 billion decline in the company’s market value, according to the report. The SEC also pointed to Musk tweets from 2019, where he discussed solar roof production numbers without obtaining pre-approvals, the Journal said https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/01/sec-said-elon-musk-tesla-tweets-violated-settlement-agreement-per-wsj.html   submitted by   /u/valueinvesting_io [link]   [comments]
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  43. This week is going to be biggest NASDAQ week in this month? Your prediction? (25/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook, Tesla, Microsoft, Pinterest earnings will be released this way. If earnings are good, stock probably rise (of cause Intel fell because its all about growth, not just good earnings). Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft are safest bet. No matter how bad/good earnings are, stock will go up no matter what (can fall temporary). Amazon is strong company but it will be same as Netflix? Covid-19 is over, no more huge profit after Covid-19... sure... cloud, video stream but really... people want to travel, spend time outside etc. I think Amazon won't grow or fall. Tesla earnings is most important thing right now. If earnings are mind blowing, stock probably rise a lot. But if earnings are not so good, probably all other car stocks rise and Tesla fall. Pinterest, i love this app but rumors are that earnings will be bad. Could it fall more?   submitted by   /u/MAARJA007 [link]   [comments]
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  44. Tesla ($670) has lost 25% of its value since it peaked at $900.4. (27/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Kimbal Musk, Elon's brother, sounded the alarm when he started to realize his gains at the $800-900 range. Now Tesla is experiencing plant closures, recalls, and Elon seems to be distracted with Bitcoin. At this rate, the stock will hit $500 by the end of next week. The market is almost all red. Momentum has decreased, people are realizing their gains. Not a good time to buy Tesla or any stock overall.   submitted by   /u/_bono983 [link]   [comments]
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  45. DD Valuation of the Next Tesla: Grossly Undervalued bubble stock in the making (VOW3, VWAGY) (21/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'll split this DD valuation on Volkswagen into two parts: the Value Play and the Next Tesla Play. VOW3 is the actual European stock ticker. VWAGY is for American depository receipt equivalents at one-tenth of VOW3. [Meanwhile, PAH3 is the actual European stock ticker for parent company Porsche, while POAHY is for the American depository receipt equivalents at one-tenth of PAH3.] Value Play I can't provide the link to the article, but it is titled "Volkswagen Is Undervalued And Is Perfectly Positioned For A Cyclical Upturn," written by "The Value Analyst." I'll quote this part, though: Price to Sales remains at 0.66 and P/E remain at 10. For a company whose long-term growth potential is around 5-6% this stock is modestly priced. Although with similar growth rates many similar stocks trade at a much higher level. Cash flow tends to be a lot more volatile for VW and quite often in the negative due to capital expenditures. In general cash flow is not a good metric for vehicle manufacturers. The current ratio remains around 1.15, and that's quite good for a car maker. Overall, the state of finances remains solid, and there is certainly some value in the stock. A conservative DCF that assumes 8% WACC and 5% growth, with a terminal rate of 0%, shows the stock is likely valued at around $42. Where I differ with that author, of course, is my position that a PT of $42 for VWAGY should apply only to Volkswagen's ICE and hybrid businesses. Of the total auto sales of 9,305,400 units and €222.9 billion, the PT of $42 should apply only to 9,073,800 units and sales growth therein. Next Tesla Play Forget value investing. Forget problems with being asset-heavy instead of being asset-light (i.e., as opposed to richly valued growth stories in the tech sector). We want the next bubble play! We want the Next Tesla! We want tech valuations! We want price-to-sales valuations! As of March 19, Tesla's price-to-sales ratio is 22.04. Thus, let's scrutinize the 231,600 EV unit sales and Volkswagen's goal to become the consumer EV market leader by 2025. The biggest non-Tesla pure play in the consumer EV space, NIO, sold over 43,700 units in 2020. As of March 19, its price-to-sales ratio is higher than Tesla's, at 26.60. Not far behind are Li Auto and Xpeng, which sold approximately 30,000 units and 27,000 units in 2020, respectively. Even when combined, these claimants to "second mover advantage" sold far less consumer EV units than 231,600 units. It is clear here that the real second mover is Volkswagen, not these pretenders. Without further information, a reasonable monetary estimate of Volkswagen EV revenues is €5.55 billion: €222.9 billion in total revenue x 231,600 EV unit sales / 9,305,400 total unit sales. Every bubble play has a price-to-sales multiple of at least 20. Therefore, the consumer EV business of the Next Tesla, Volkswagen, Das Auto, should be worth at least €111.0 billion. Grossly Undervalued Like Yesterday As of March 19, VWAGY closed at a mere $34.15; Volkswagen's entire business has been valued at a mere €147.4 billion. The upside to $42 strictly on the value play means that the market cap for Volkswagen's ICE and hybrid business should be €181.2 billion. The EV top-up of €111.0 billion suggests that a more appropriate market value as of yesterday should have been €292.2 billion. In other words, VWAGY should have been $67.70 yesterday, folks! The Next Tesla! Volkswagen! Das Auto! Disclosure: Long POAHY.   submitted by   /u/Torlek1 [link]   [comments]
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  46. The Ratings Game: Here’s what analysts are saying about Tesla’s mixed first-quarter earnings (27/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Tesla’s mixed first quarter earnings have divided analysts with some citing “niggling numbers” and others focusing on “another solid quarter”.
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  47. The Ratings Game: Here’s what analysts are saying about Tesla’s mixed first-quarter earnings (27/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Tesla’s mixed first quarter earnings have divided analysts with some citing “niggling numbers” and others focusing on “another solid quarter”.
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  48. DD Valuation of the Next Tesla: Grossly Undervalued bubble stock in the making (VOW, VWAGY) (21/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I'll split this DD valuation on Volkswagen into two parts: the Value Play and the Next Tesla Play. VOW is the actual European stock ticker. VWAGY is for American depository receipt equivalents at one-tenth of VOW. [Meanwhile, PAH3 is the actual European stock ticker for parent company Porsche, while POAHY is for the American depository receipt equivalents at one-tenth of PAH3.] Value Play I can't provide the link to the article, but it is titled "Volkswagen Is Undervalued And Is Perfectly Positioned For A Cyclical Upturn," written by "The Value Analyst." I'll quote this part, though: Price to Sales remains at 0.66 and P/E remain at 10. For a company whose long-term growth potential is around 5-6% this stock is modestly priced. Although with similar growth rates many similar stocks trade at a much higher level. Cash flow tends to be a lot more volatile for VW and quite often in the negative due to capital expenditures. In general cash flow is not a good metric for vehicle manufacturers. The current ratio remains around 1.15, and that's quite good for a car maker. Overall, the state of finances remains solid, and there is certainly some value in the stock. A conservative DCF that assumes 8% WACC and 5% growth, with a terminal rate of 0%, shows the stock is likely valued at around $42. Where I differ with that author, of course, is my position that a PT of $42 for VWAGY should apply only to Volkswagen's ICE and hybrid businesses. Of the total auto sales of 9,305,400 units and €222.9 billion, the PT of $42 should apply only to 9,073,800 units and sales growth therein. Next Tesla Play Forget value investing. Forget problems with being asset-heavy instead of being asset-light (i.e., as opposed to richly valued growth stories in the tech sector). We want the next bubble play! We want the Next Tesla! We want tech valuations! We want price-to-sales valuations! As of March 19, Tesla's price-to-sales ratio is 22.04. Thus, let's scrutinize the 231,600 EV unit sales and Volkswagen's goal to become the consumer EV market leader by 2025. The biggest non-Tesla pure play in the consumer EV space, NIO, sold over 43,700 units in 2020. As of March 19, its price-to-sales ratio is higher than Tesla's, at 26.60. Not far behind are Li Auto and Xpeng, which sold approximately 30,000 units and 27,000 units in 2020, respectively. Even when combined, these claimants to "second mover advantage" sold far less consumer EV units than 231,600 units. It is clear here that the real second mover is Volkswagen, not these pretenders. Without further information, a minimum monetary estimate of Volkswagen EV revenues is €5.55 billion: €222.9 billion in total revenue x 231,600 EV unit sales / 9,305,400 total unit sales. Since EVs are currently more expensive than less cleaner vehicles, their EV revenues should be noticeably greater. Every bubble play has a price-to-sales multiple of at least 20. Therefore, the consumer EV business of the Next Tesla, Volkswagen, Das Auto, should be worth at least €111.0 billion. Grossly Undervalued Like Yesterday As of March 19, VWAGY closed at a mere $34.15; Volkswagen's entire business has been valued at a mere €147.4 billion. The upside to $42 strictly on the value play means that the market cap for Volkswagen's ICE and hybrid business should be €181.2 billion. The EV top-up of €111.0 billion suggests that a more appropriate market value as of yesterday should have been €292.2 billion. In other words, VWAGY should have been $67.70 yesterday, folks! The Next Tesla! Volkswagen! Das Auto! Disclosure: Long POAHY.   submitted by   /u/Torlek1 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Tesla targeted by the party, will Elon soon get the Jack Ma treatment? (29/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    The protest action at the Shanghai auto show could have been a targeted attack against Tesla. According to media reports, the woman got into the fair by means of a NIO entry pass (and drove there with a NIO). It is questionable whether this action originated from NIO, or perhaps from a higher authority such as the party. The official media in China has repeatedly accused Tesla of blaming customers for accidents and of not paying attention to quality control. The Chinese state media Global Times called Tesla's attitude arrogant and overbearing. Tesla then apologized and promised full cooperation with the authorities. I doubt that the party wants to exclude Tesla from China, but it is safe to assume that they do not want to see their domestic carmakers stand no chance against the American. Perhaps they are trying to shake consumer confidence in Tesla through such targeted actions, and keep many people from buying the vehicles. Whatever the intention behind the Chinese state media's constant fire against Tesla, it is not good. You can't have a more dangerous enemy in China than China.   submitted by   /u/GordonGekkoVienna [link]   [comments]
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