The profit reports of Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) from last week reveal that the Jason Hall host ‘The Wrap’ and Daniel Sparks of Fool, leading technology expert, concentrated on important investor areas as the car manufacturer posted results for the third quarter. Daniel also clarified that the main storey of Tesla’s stock is its fast growth.
Investors want to verify the growth storey as Tesla stock announces profits because the stock is priced for too much of the future. One way I’ll do so is to look at what management thinks about vehicle delivery advice and demand for their vehicles. It’s really relevant, clearly, the energy industry and all that. But these are just headlines, and it reflects so much of the stock thesis. These are just some of the stuff we are looking at.
They’re on the track now they say. But in fourth-quarter exports, they will need another big sequential leap to cross 500.000 sales. It’s not in the bag absolutely. However, if they lead and they say that they can still reach this figure, two things would really signal. The improvement is really rising in their factories. They have a lot going on. What they have a lot going on. They have Berlin, China, expansion of the product line, expansion of the manufacturing line here in Fremont.
But they really ramp up. But they ramp up. It would also signal the trust in its development capacities that, by the way, Tesla has actually gone from one who wasn’t very good to develop new product lines five years ago. That’s what we saw very recently with Tesla Energy and Model Y, and then with the Shanghai project. And I will look at it. And, this is what I will look at. Can the 500,000 instructions repeat Tesla?
Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) reassured investors when it posted solid third-quarter results on Wednesday. The week ends however with the automaker’s announcement that it recalled almost 50,000 cars it has sold to China. This is less auspicious. Potential flaws in the suspensions between 29,193 Model S and Model X cars built in the United States are at risk.
Although China insists on Tesla stock coping with the alleged security problem, the firm has declined the callback. Tesla’s managing counsel for regulatory affairs, suggested that China had left the company with no choice, National Highways Traffic Safety Administration which Electrek, an electric transport-focused website.
Since SAMR / DPAC thought that the subject needed a reminder on the Chinese market, it was left to Tesla to choose whether to voluntarily revoke the subject vehicles or to take heavy burdens through the Chinese administration process. While Tesla disapproved of SAMR / DPAC’s view , the company agreed not to challenge a callback only for the Chinese market. You can get more information at https://www.webull.com/newslist/nasdaq-tsla.
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