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Last Updated: Jul 2, 2019 7:59 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

$240.51

15.96 7.11%
After Hours Volume: 2.2M
Automotive 1.48%
Close Chg Chg %
$224.55 -2.62 -1.15% -2.62 -1.15%
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Volume: 9.3M 65 Day Avg. - 11.5M
Open: 228.89
Close: 224.55
222.22 Day Low/High 229.15
Day Range
176.99 52 Week Low/High 387.46

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Key Data

  • Open $228.89
  • Day Range 222.22 - 229.15
  • 52 Week Range 176.99 - 387.46
  • Market Cap $39.02B
  • Shares Outstanding 174.62M
  • Public Float 118.29M
  • Beta 1.28
  • Rev. per Employee $439.63K
  • P/E Ratio n/a
  • EPS $-5.75
  • Yield n/a
  • Dividend n/a
  • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
  • Short Interest 41.46M 06/14/19
  • % of Float Shorted 35.05%
  • Average Volume 11.47M

Performance

5 Day
  • 2.18%
1 Month
  • 15.99%
3 Month
  • -21.45%
YTD
  • -32.53%
1 Year
  • -27.76%

Recent News

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Tesla stock surges after record quarterly deliveries, but there is still a long way to go

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Tesla Stock Jumps On Record Second-Quarter Deliveries

The electric-car maker said it delivered 95,000 cars in the second quarter, beating Wall Street’s consensus estimate by the largest margin in at least three years.

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Tesla reports record deliveries, stock jumps 6%

Tesla Inc. reported record quarterly deliveries of 95,200 cars Tuesday afternoon. The highly anticipated announcement comes after several leaked emails from Chief Executive Elon Musk that urged employees to work hard at the end of the second quarter to pull off the feat, after disappointing first-quarter results from the electric-car maker. Tesla shares jumped about 6.5% in after-hours trading immediately following the announcement. The company said it delivered 77,550 Model 3 cars, and 17,650 Model S and Model X electric vehicles. Tesla has predicted that it will deliver 360,000 to 400,000 cars this year, though its is well less than halfway to that goal at the midpoint of the year, having delivered fewer than 160,000 cars through the end of June. "We believe we are well positioned to continue growing total production and deliveries in Q3," the company stated in its announcement. Tesla's previous quarterly record was 91,000 deliveries in the fourth quarter of 2018. Tesla said that 7,400 cars were in transit at the end of the quarter, but will stop reporting that information in its quarterly announcement moving forward.

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Suze Orman is a stock picker — and this is her biggest trading regret

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Slack listing comes during banner year for tech IPOs despite Uber and Lyft’s troubled debuts

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Tesla Sales Could Boom in China as Local Rivals Lose Some Advantage

Tesla has a chance to see its sales climb in China, thanks to its coming Chinese factory and lower subsidies for its local makers of electric vehicles.

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Elon Musk’s ‘shell game’ distracts from Tesla’s issues, says Yale professor

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Elon Musk’s ‘Space Mountain’ rocket ride: Anywhere on Earth in under 20 mins

Barron's

Tesla Could See a Boost From Upside Delivery Estimates

Shares are rising ahead of the release of second-quarter shipment numbers later this week. JMP’s Joseph Osha thinks the electric-car maker’s figures will top expectations.

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Barron’s Next 50: The Latest Changes to the Index

We review the Barron’s Next 50 periodically, making changes as needed.

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Here are the stock market’s winners and losers in the first half of 2019

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Figuring Out How Wall Street Values Tesla Stock Is Like Driving in the Dark

The wide range of methodologies used to value Tesla stock by Wall Street analysts is something to behold. To illustrate how analysts value Tesla, check out these four different methodologies.

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Is Tesla about to report record sales? Some on Wall Street say no

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Global Bond Markets Are So Crazy Right Now That Even 100-Year Bonds Are Selling

Stocks climb around 18% in year’s first six months, and global bond markets are so crazy that even 100-year paper is selling.

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Tesla Stock Could Pop, Briefly, on Good Deliveries News, Analyst Says

The earnings report that follows could pull the shares back down, according to UBS.

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Charting a bullish second-quarter close, S&P 500 vies for near-historic June gain

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ESPN’s Rennae Stubbs on what it’s like to cover Wimbledon — and why she invested in Beyond Meat

Elon Musk's SpaceX seeking more capital: report

Privately held Space Exploration Technologies Corp., or SpaceX, is aiming for another fundraising round, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal that cited a regulatory filing obtained by Lagniappe Labs LLC. SpaceX has authorized the issuance of $314 million in new Series L shares, valuing the company around $31 billion, the report said. The company, led by Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk, has raised $3.6 billion to date from several investors. SpaceX declined to comment, the report said. The company earlier this week launched 24 satellites and other items to space on a mission coordinated by the Defense Department.

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Buy Car Stocks Now, but Not Tesla, Analyst Says

Credit Suisse launched coverage of the U.S. car industry.

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Tesla Bears Pile On as the Second Quarter Comes to a Close

Will bulls or bears get in the last word before Tesla reports second-quarter delivery and production numbers next week? As of this moment, the bears have it.

Tesla Deliveries Reach Record Quarter After Questions About Demand

Tesla returned to growth mode in the second quarter, beating Wall Street’s expectations for deliveries and setting a record, relieving some of the pressure on CEO Elon Musk to prove that demand remains strong. Shares jumped in after-hours trading.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: AbbVie, Allergan, FedEx, Tesla, FactSet Research Systems

Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

European Auto Makers Are Under Pressure to Sell More Electric Cars

As a tougher new carbon-emissions target looms, European Union car makers have few options other than to sell more fully-electric and hybrid cars, despite low market demand.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Self-Driving Cars Have a Problem: Safer Human-Driven Ones

The technology that was supposed to give us robo-taxis is making human-driven cars safer at a rate that completely autonomous vehicles may have trouble matching.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Former Fidelity Manager, Accused of Harassment in 2017, Plots a Comeback

One of Fidelity Investments’ star stock pickers left the firm in 2017 following allegations of sexual harassment. Nearly two years later, he’s attempting a comeback.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Volkswagen Follows Tesla Into Battery Business

The German auto giant is investing $1 billion in battery projects with a Swedish startup founded by two of Elon Musk’s former hires.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Tesla Shareholders Reject Corporate-Governance Measures

Tesla failed to pass corporate governance changes at the electric-car maker that its directors had proposed to give stockholders a greater voice in company matters.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Tesla’s Elon Musk Goes Prospecting

At Tuesday’s annual shareholder meeting, Tesla’s CEO suggested his company might enter the mining business.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: United Technologies, Beyond Meat, Sprint, and More

United Technologies, Beyond Meat, Dave & Buster’s, TransMedics, Medidata Solutions, Alphabet, Sprint, and Tesla are among Wednesday’s stocks to watch.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Millennials Flock to Social-Investing Apps

The lure: investment products built around themes like clean energy and corporate ethics.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Auto Makers Raise Bets in China Despite Market Slowdown

China, despite falling car sales, remains the industry proving ground for electric vehicles as Volkswagen, General Motors and Toyota—plus Chinese startups—pour in.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Bold Plan for Detroit: Make Big Three Into Big Two

A two-way combination between Fiat Chrysler, General Motors or Ford would offer domination of the lucrative pickups-and-SUV business, delivering more pricing power, lower costs and provide extra cash to fund moonshot ideas that could help auto makers survive.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Jaguar Land Rover’s Turnaround Ends in China

Britain’s Jaguar Land Rover, a unit of Tata Motors of India, had an ambitious expansion planned in China—until consumers there pulled back on big-ticket purchases.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Renault Deal Is Put to Test in France

Fiat Chrysler’s proposal to merge with Renault is under scrutiny in France where the government, unions and some executives at the French auto maker are questioning whether the plan undervalues Renault and puts jobs at risk.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Tesla Careens From Growth Story to Demand Slowdown

Tesla spent years figuring out how to make enough Model 3 compact sedans to satisfy early customer demand. Now, the electric-vehicle maker is facing questions about how much consumer interest is still there.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

China Trade Fight Raises Specter of Rare-Earth Shortage

The U.S-China trade dispute has sent prices surging in rare-earth metals, a critical market for industries from electric cars to fuel makers. Chinese media reported that the country may cut exports of such minerals.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

U.S. Auto Makers Sweat Under Threat of Tariffs on Mexican Imports

President Trump’s threat to impose escalating tariffs on Mexican imports foists fresh bad news on the U.S. auto industry, which had pinned hopes on a tentative deal reached last year to preserve free trade between the countries.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: Uber, Gap, Costco and More

Following reports on sales and earnings, Uber, Gap, Costco Wholesale, Zuora, and Okta are among Friday’s stocks to watch.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Tesla Begins Taking Orders on Its Cheaper China-Built Model 3s

Tesla promised to start delivering Model 3 sedans built at its new Shanghai plant within six to 10 months—and priced them well below U.S. imports—as the electric-vehicle maker races to capitalize on booming Chinese demand.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Technology Drives Deals Because No One Wants to Be the Next Blockbuster Video

Fiat Chrysler‘s pursuit of a merger with Renault is the latest deal motivated by corporate executives’ desire to avoid becoming the next Blockbuster Video.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Recent News

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Tesla Deliveries Reach Record Quarter After Questions About Demand

Tesla returned to growth mode in the second quarter, beating Wall Street’s expectations for deliveries and setting a record, relieving some of the pressure on CEO Elon Musk to prove that demand remains strong. Shares jumped in after-hours trading.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Is Tesla (TSLA) Trying to Grow Too Quickly? Former GE Exec Thinks So

Tesla (TSLA) has had a rough 2019 as it tries to expand production, with its stock price down 32.8%. Former GE (GE) Vice Chair Beth Comstock sympathized this week with CEO Elon Musk saying, "Getting to scale, getting your logistics organized in these fast-growing companies is really hard."

  • on Zacks.com

Tesla Rocks on Higher Deliveries in the Second Quarter

Did Elon Musk just get the last laugh? Tesla scored on higher deliveries and production in the second quarter of 2019.

  • on 247WallSt.com

Nasdaq Today: Use Caution on Apple, Roku and Uber? 

Nasdaq Today: Use Caution on Apple, Roku and Uber? 

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Tesla Surges After Q2 Deliveries Come In Higher Than Expected

Tesla Surges After Q2 Deliveries Come In Higher Than Expected

  • on benzinga.com

Tesla +7% after topping Q2 deliveries expectations

Tesla +7% after topping Q2 deliveries expectations

  • on Seeking Alpha

10 Stocks to Buy for A Summer Rally

10 Stocks to Buy for A Summer Rally

  • on InvestorPlace.com

U.S. auto sales down for first half

U.S. auto sales down for first half

  • on Seeking Alpha

Reports: 2 More Tesla Execs Depart

Reports: 2 More Tesla Execs Depart

  • on benzinga.com

Latest Tesla exit is an engineering exec

Latest Tesla exit is an engineering exec

  • on Seeking Alpha

Recall Will Add to the Pressures on Nio Stock

Recall Will Add to the Pressures on Nio Stock

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Tesla (TSLA) Gets a Sell Rating from Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse analyst Dan Levy maintained a Sell rating on Tesla (TSLA) today and set a price target of $189. The company’s shares ...[...]

  • on SmarterAnalyst

Both the EV Market and Nio Stock Have Credibility Problems

Both the EV Market and Nio Stock Have Credibility Problems

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Tesla's Q2 Delivery Number Could Cause A Big Move

Tesla's Q2 Delivery Number Could Cause A Big Move

  • on benzinga.com

Tesla: Europe Q2 Shows Cracks

Tesla: Europe Q2 Shows Cracks

  • on Seeking Alpha

EV Company News For The Month Of June 2019

EV Company News For The Month Of June 2019

  • on Seeking Alpha

5 Overrated Growth Stocks to Sell Now

5 Overrated Growth Stocks to Sell Now

  • on InvestorPlace.com

4 Reasons Why You’re Wrong About Nio Stock

4 Reasons Why You’re Wrong About Nio Stock

  • on InvestorPlace.com

FOMO Rally Part Deux - Charting Goldman Sachs

FOMO Rally Part Deux - Charting Goldman Sachs

  • on Seeking Alpha

Should You Buy Advanced Micro Devices Stock? Here Are 3 Pros, 3 Cons

Should You Buy Advanced Micro Devices Stock? Here Are 3 Pros, 3 Cons

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Tesla Q2 2019 Vehicle Production & Deliveries

Tesla Q2 2019 Vehicle Production & Deliveries

  • on GlobeNewswire

Tesla Q2 2019 Vehicle Production & Deliveries

Tesla Q2 2019 Vehicle Production & Deliveries

  • on GlobeNewswire

2019 Automotive Research & Development Services Market: Potential Growth, Attractive Valuation Make It As Long-Term Investment

2019 Automotive Research & Development Services Market: Potential Growth, Attractive Valuation Make It As Long-Term Investment

  • on marketresearch.biz

Artificial Intelligence In Transportation Market Analysis & Technological Innovation by Leading Key Players Valeo SA, Tesla, NVIDIA

Artificial Intelligence In Transportation Market Analysis & Technological Innovation by Leading Key Players Valeo SA, Tesla, NVIDIA

  • on marketresearch.biz

Electric Vehicle Motor Market 2019: Remarking Enormous Growth with Recent Trends & Demand by Top Key Players: Continental, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Tesla Motors, etc.

Electric Vehicle Motor Market 2019: Remarking Enormous Growth with Recent Trends & Demand by Top Key Players: Continental, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Tesla Motors, etc.

  • on marketresearchupdates.com

Pedestrians AEB System Market with Moderate CAGR in Forecast Period 2019 to 2025

Pedestrians AEB System Market with Moderate CAGR in Forecast Period 2019 to 2025

  • on Wired Hearld

High Speed AEB System Market Showcase Vigorous CAGR In Market Forecast Till 2025

High Speed AEB System Market Showcase Vigorous CAGR In Market Forecast Till 2025

  • on Wired Hearld

Electric Vehicle Battery Market 2019| Perceive Substantial Growth During 2024 - Market Research Engine

Electric Vehicle Battery Market 2019| Perceive Substantial Growth During 2024 - Market Research Engine

  • on Heraldkeepers

Energy Storage Systems Market Major Technology Giants in Buzz Again | LG Chem, ABB, GS Yuasa, Samsung SDI, General Electric

Energy Storage Systems Market Major Technology Giants in Buzz Again | LG Chem, ABB, GS Yuasa, Samsung SDI, General Electric

  • on HTF Market Intelligence

Tesla Inc. $TSLA Technical Update

Tesla Inc. $TSLA Technical Update

  • on Stock Traders Daily

Energy (Electricity) Storage Market Stand Out as the Biggest Contributor to Global Growth and Will Hit 37.60% CAGR By 2026

Energy (Electricity) Storage Market Stand Out as the Biggest Contributor to Global Growth and Will Hit 37.60% CAGR By 2026

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Robo-Taxi Market 2019 Global Size, Share, Industry Growth, Trends, Development, Top Manufacturers, Segmentation, Emerging Technologies And Regional Analysis Forecast To 2030

Robo-Taxi Market 2019 Global Size, Share, Industry Growth, Trends, Development, Top Manufacturers, Segmentation, Emerging Technologies And Regional Analysis Forecast To 2030

  • on Heraldkeepers

Robo-Taxi Market 2019 Global Size, Share, Industry Growth, Trends, Development, Top Manufacturers, Segmentation, Emerging Technologies And Regional Analysis Forecast To 2030

Robo-Taxi Market 2019 Global Size, Share, Industry Growth, Trends, Development, Top Manufacturers, Segmentation, Emerging Technologies And Regional Analysis Forecast To 2030

  • on Heraldkeepers

Global Power Battery Management Systems Market Is Booming Cumulative Annual Growth Rate Of Over 17.40% By 2026

Global Power Battery Management Systems Market Is Booming Cumulative Annual Growth Rate Of Over 17.40% By 2026

  • on marketresearch.biz

Rising Interest in Autonomous Vehicle Opened Up New Doors for Automotive AI Market - 28 Jun 2019

Rising Interest in Autonomous Vehicle Opened Up New Doors for Automotive AI Market - 28 Jun 2019

  • on MarketersMedia

Which are the leading players contributing to the growth of new energy vehicle market ?

Which are the leading players contributing to the growth of new energy vehicle market ?

  • on marketresearch.biz

Microsoft Seems to Be Dodging the Government Bullet Faced by Its Big Tech Competitors

Microsoft Seems to Be Dodging the Government Bullet Faced by Its Big Tech Competitors

  • on IAM Newswire

Residential Solar Energy Storage Market Growth Outlook 2019-2028, Boost Efficiency, Top Companies: Sonnen GmbH, Tesla, Sunverge Energy

Residential Solar Energy Storage Market Growth Outlook 2019-2028, Boost Efficiency, Top Companies: Sonnen GmbH, Tesla, Sunverge Energy

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Residential Solar Energy Storage Market Growth Outlook 2019-2028, Boost Efficiency, Top Companies: Sonnen GmbH, Tesla, Sunverge Energy

Residential Solar Energy Storage Market Growth Outlook 2019-2028, Boost Efficiency, Top Companies: Sonnen GmbH, Tesla, Sunverge Energy

  • on marketresearch.biz

Electric Vehicle Charging Services Market Future Scope, Demands and Projected Industry Growths to 2028

Electric Vehicle Charging Services Market Future Scope, Demands and Projected Industry Growths to 2028

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Tesla Inc.

Tesla, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of fully electric vehicles, energy generation and storage systems. It also provides vehicle service centers, supercharger station, and self-driving capability. The company operates through Automotive, and Energy Generation and Storage segments. The Automotive segment includes the design, development, manufacture and sale of electric vehicles. The Energy Generation and Storage segment includes the design, manufacture, installation, sale, and lease of stationary energy storage products and solar energy systems, and sale of electricity generated by its solar energy systems to customers. The company was founded by Jeffrey B. Straubel, Elon Reeve Musk, Martin Eberhard, and Marc Tarpenning on July 1, 2003 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA. (See Full Profile)

Analyst Ratings

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Number of Ratings 33 Full Ratings

Competitors

Name Chg % Market Cap
Toyota Motor Corp. ADR 0.96% $175.6B
General Motors Co. -1.06% $54.65B
Honda Motor Co. Ltd. ADR -0.08% $45.47B
Ford Motor Co. -0.30% $40.81B
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