• LatteboganLattebogan
      ·01-29
      This will be one to follow 
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    • YorYor
      ·01-27
      Tesla gain more profit.. 
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·01-27
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  Tesla posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter net income. The stock is rising, but gains have little to do with the past. Investors liked what they heard from the company about the future. So did the Street. Wednesday evening, the electric-vehicles giant reported record net income and earnings per share of $1.19. Wall Street was looking for about $1.13 a share. Tesla (ticker: TSLA) stock rose 11% Thursday, hitting $160.27 a share. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite were up about 1.1% and 1.8%, respectively. “Demand has been the biggest question entering 2023 after recent price cuts and fear of a macro slowdown,” wrote Baird analyst Ben Kallo in a Wednesday report. “Demand [is] still strong and outpacing production capacity.” Tesla plans to make about 1.8 million cars in 2023, up from about 1.37 million produced in 2022. CEO Elon Musk said on Thursday evening that orders were outpacing production two to one. All that was enough to sooth investors’ nerves. (Coming into Thursday trading, Tesla stock was down about 34% over the past three months.) Kallo rates Tesla shares Buy. His price target is $252 a share. Mizuho analyst Vijay Rakesh also rates shares Buy. His price target is $250 a share. Rakesh wrote that quarterly profit margins were better than feared in his Thursday research report. Profit margins were a concern for investors after Tesla offered discounts at the end of 2022 and dramatically cut prices at the start of 2023. Rakesh also pointed out that while prices are coming down, Tesla has cost offsets to help cushion the margin impact—including better utilization at two new manufacturing plants and falling raw material prices. “Management commentary suggest [gross profit margins] should remain above the 20% in a single quarter,” wrote Emmanuel Rosner in a Thursday report. The first quarter of 2023 is “positioned to be the trough for the year and margins incrementally improve throughout the year.” Tesla produced automotive gross profit margins of about 26% for all of 2022. Rosner rates Tesla stock Buy and has a $220 price target for the shares. Cowen analyst Jeffery Osborne rates shares Hold. He took his price target up to $140 from $122 after earnings. He still has concerns about falling vehicle prices and the impact on margins, but noted that Tesla’s energy storage business is looking better than he expected. Tesla deployed 2.5 gigawatt hours of battery storage capacity in the fourth quarter, up 152% year over year. BoA Securities analyst John Murphy also rates shares Hold. He called results mixed in a Thursday report, but raised his price target to $150 from $135 a share. “Stock appears fairly priced,” wrote Murphy, adding there is a lot of uncertainty faced by investors regarding the state of the global economy and Musk’s management of Twitter. Most of the Street seems fine with Tesla’s numbers. “Solid results and upbeat demand out of the gate,” is how Wedbush analyst Dan Ives characterized the quarter. He rates shares Buy. He took his price target to $200 from $175 after earnings. Tesla’s demand commentary was what bulls wanted to hear, added Ives. “The bears (for now) will go back into hibernation mode,” he noted. They will come out of hibernation soon. Next up for Tesla watchers is the company’s event on March 1. Topics will include the next-generation vehicle platform. That should be a lower-priced vehicle that can expand Tesla’s addressable market. Overall, about 64% of analysts covering Tesla stock rate shares Buy. It’s the highest Buy-rating ratio the stock has had, according to FactSet. The average Buy-rating ratio for stocks in the S&P 500 is about 58%. The average analyst price target is about $206 a share. Quoted
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    • koolgalkoolgal
      ·01-27

      🌟🌟🌟Tesla - The Leader In Auto Industry🌟🌟🌟

      🌈🌈🌈$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  has jumped 11% today driven by an optimistic outlook given by Elon Musk at its latest Q4 2022 earnings report.   Elon Musk also declared that Tesla is now the World's Auto Industry's Leader in profitability and manufacturing efficiency, a crown that Toyota has held for 30 years. Tesla has already earned roughly 7 times as much per vehicle as Toyota.  Its profit margins are almost double the average for the rest of the auto industry.  Elon Musk also mentioned that Tesla is now working on a new vehicle that could sell profitably for under USD 30,000 to compete with mass markets models from Toyota, Ford Motor and General Motors. Elon Musk's strategy of cutting Tesla's EV prices seem to have  paid off.  It sparked a massive increase of orders.  He said that Tesla is currently seeing orders of almost twice the rate of production. Tesla has just reported an automotive revenue of USD 21.3 billion in the 4th quarter, representing a 33% growth year over year.  Its earnings was USD 1.19 per share versus USD 1.13 per share expected.   Its overall revenue was USD 24. 32 billion versus USD 24.16 billion expected. Tesla's guidance for production was just 1.8 million in 2023.  However if it is a smooth year, Elon Musk said that Tesla has the potential to do 2 million cars this year.  Tesla also said that about 400,000 customers in North America have the ability to test out its experimental "FSD Beta" driver assistance system.  Cybertruck pickup is also on track to start production in Texas this year but will not reach volume production until next year. Wall Street Analysts are also bullish on Tesla with a median target price of USD 196, representing a 22% upside potential.  $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ share price has soared 55% since January 6 low of USD 101.80.  It looks like 2023 is going to be a great year for Tesla and Elon Musk.  @MillionaireTiger  @TigerStars  @CaptainTiger  @Tiger_chat  
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    • ToughCoyoteToughCoyote
      ·01-27

      My brief analysis of Tesla’s earnings report

      Key takeaways from Tesla's earnings conference call: 1. We saw the strongest order book in our history to date. As of January, the order backlog was about double the current capacity. 2. Different car models may receive different amounts of IRA tax credits, and these tax credit policies are still changing. This year, the quarterly point revenue is about 150-250 million US dollars, and it will increase quarter by quarter with the increase in sales. 3. The annual revenue of Tesla's insurance business is about 300 million US dollars, with a quarterly growth of about 20%, which is faster than the growth of car delivery. About 17% of car owners use Tesla insurance. 4. Continue to maintain the goal of putting Cybertruck into production in mid-2023, but the production capacity will be very low at the beginning, and it will need to go through a ramp-up of production capacity. Mass production will begin in 2024. 5. In 2023, the company's internal production target is close to 2 million vehicles. 6. Continue to maintain the guidance of future sales CAGR of 50%. $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  $Semiconductor Bull 3X Shares(SOXL)$  @Tiger_chat @MillionaireTiger @TigerStars 
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·01-25
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  Tesla bulls and bears fight over just about everything: Electric vehicle demand, autonomous driving technology, Elon Musk, competition from gas-powered cars, and more. The next front in their war: profit margins. Tesla(ticker: TSLA) slashed pricesat the start of the year, choosing to sacrifice a slice of its industry-leading profit margins to boost demand and protect market share. Over the past four quarters, Tesla‘s automotive gross-profit margin—excluding any benefit from regulatory credits— has averaged 28%, which is 19 percentage points better than Ford Motor (F) and 13 percentage points better than Toyota Motor (TM). Both sides realize the gross-profit margin is pulling in. But a risk for the bulls is that estimates for the number aren’t coming in fast enough. Analysts project a fourth-quarter margin of 25%, down from the third- quarter’s margins of almost 27%. Automotive gross-profit estimates for the first quarter and full year are now 22% and 23%, respectively. Those figures are too high, according to an analyst who is a Tesla bull.New Street Research’s Pierre Ferragu, who rates the stock Buy and has a $320 price target, projects margins of 20% for the first quarter and 22% for the full year. Ferragu expects Tesla management to “talk down” margins when the company reports fourth-quarter numbers on Wednesday. The message might pressure shares, but Ferragu expects things to improve throughout the year as costs fall. Quoted
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    • Chilli PadiChilli Padi
      ·01-25
      The huge drop in price to 52 week low of $101.81 gives an indication that TSLA will not meet earnings target. Although there are news that TSLA is investing in more giga factories, but the Q4 results will lag expectations as prices have been slashed in China & USA too.  Although sales are expected to increase, the margin will suffer. Also there is a lot of negativities surrounding Ellon as seen by the legal action taken by TSLA's investors on Elon's tweet regarding TSLA's buyout. However the savings grace for TSLA going forward is that it is still the most popular EV in USA & still is the leader in the sector. I still believe TSLA will regain its former glory.
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    • dubuwudubuwu
      ·01-25
      this is very solid i feel like this will go big i dont really know what i am talking about im just here for the coins and i cant seem to hit the amount of wordsneeded for me to post this message so what can i do in order to post this
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    • BullcowoxBullcowox
      ·01-25
      Downward trend[Happy] 
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    • upupahcaiupupahcai
      ·01-24

      $TSLA earning report is here! More questions than answers this time round

      Probably the most edgy earning call for a very long time. Wall Street is expecting EPS of $1.15 and a revenue of $24.24 billion More questions than answers The recent run from $100 to $140 is great news for Tesla shareholders but it will be short lived if many issues that surfaced recently or issues that exist for sometime remain unanswered or is given an unsatisfactory answer. Questions I hope can be given a satisfactory answer in this earning calls would be What is the timeline for cybertruck production, specification and pricing.  We have been teased for many years on the release Tesla Cybertruck only to have it delayed on multiple times. 2023 looks set to be the year we can get our hands on Cybertruck although no specific date is announced yet. With the release of the Cyber truck, Tesla will be given entry to one of the most profitable segments of the U.S. EV market and bring competitions and challege to electric pickups from the likes of Ford and Rivian Automotive both of which have launched similar models but are still not in mass production yet.  Updates on Tesla megapack and powerpack production and margin  Tesla recently teased us of their megafactory capable of producing 10k units of megapack per year  Megapack, meant for commercial use is priced at $2.1 million each which will help to generate $21 billion in revenue, it also has high demand now such that if you placed an order for one today, it can only be delivered two years later  I'm excited to see the future of Tesla battery packs which to me is a sleeping giant if Tesla can solve the ever demanding of energy storage world wide. Where are we on the 4680 ramp  An Achillies heel of lowering production cost of Tesla vehicles has been the issues of ramping up 4680 battery cells  Recent good news is that the battery team is able to produce 4680 cells to support 1000 cars each week.  Tesla battery supply constraints have eased up over the last year thanks to suppliers ramping up production but a lot of the automaker’s growth this year is expected to be tied to its capacity to ramp up 4680 cell production.  Ultimately if these bottleneck is eased and 4680 cells are able to ramp up smoothly will give Tesla huge pricing power over other competitors with the significant decease in their production cost.  Other short term issues and nags Many short-term questions such as  - Demand for Tesla cars in both US and China - Automargin for 2023 - Is shares buyback likely to happen  - Is Tesla still on track to grow 50% in 2023 - Possibility of brand damage because of Elon Musk political comments and polls Will be of interest in this earning calls Thoughts  Short term Tesla will remain volatile in the current monetary contractary environment but this applies to other companies as well. I believe Tesla is in a healthy position to survive the current environment.  Long term I am confident of Tesla future, with a range of exciting products lined up. As long as Tesla continue to innovate tackling and solving the hardest issue faced by Mankind. Tesla becoming the most valuable company in the world doesn't seem so far fetched.  $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ $Vanguard S&P 500 ETF(VOO)$ $SPY(SPY)$  @CaptainTiger  @MaverickTiger  @Tiger_chat  @TigerStars  @MillionaireTiger  
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    • Rjn828Rjn828
      ·01-24
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  Strangled but survived
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    • UltrahishamUltrahisham
      ·01-24
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  Tesla is such an important brand name there does not seem to be a day that it is not mentioned. And much like Apple, it has its own army of fans, all so very loyal and ready to defendthe brand. Such is its influence. So it comes as no surprise that when it comesto earning reports, theirs are scrutinised to figure out how the company is doing. The shares of Tesla has come down a lot since its top. Is the value compression enough to justify nibbling at it? That is something each investor has to decide for themselves and it comes to risk tolerance etc etc which either has to be figured out by the savvy investor or a financial advisor has to do for them.  Tesla's earnings are around the corner. Judging from their actions lately in slashing prices etc, either their earnings are not palatable to the management, they need to beef it up by increasing demand at the expense of margins or they are trying to grab market share again. Either way, I am not bothered by a market beat which might be at a low bar with the macroeconomics concern etc. I am looking for improving margins at both top and bottom lines. I am not too convinced cutting prices will do so as abloated top line with a compressed bottom line only adds concerns as to the outlook moving forward.  Thanks for reading! $XPeng Inc.(XPEV)$  $Rivian Automotive, Inc.(RIVN)$  $NIO Inc.(NIO)$  $Apple(AAPL)$ 
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    • ToughCoyoteToughCoyote
      ·01-24

      TSLA is on verge of grow? Read on…

      Summary Once the market investment sentiment bottoms out and reverses, the stock price will also have high chance to repair the rebound. tesla is seriously undervalued...Here's the details .... Tesla, $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ which once had a total market value of more than $1 trillion. US, now the total market value has fallen below $400 billion and is controlled by $ Tencent.$TENCENT(00700)$  HK catches up. In the past year, there has been a round of reshuffle of global technology companies. As of December 23, Tesla's total market value was $38.887 billion, and Tesla's stock price has fallen by 65.03% since this year. Tencent ADR's total market value is 380.739 billion US dollars, and the stock price has fallen by 28.73% since this year. If calculated according to the decline in 2022, Tencent's decline is much smaller than that of Tesla, but judging from the single-year decline in 2021, Tencent's decline is significantly greater than Tesla's decline. Taking 2021 as an example, Tencent ADR fell by 23.74% in 2021, but Tesla increased by 49.70% in 2021. However, from the cumulative decline since 2021, Tencent ADR has fallen by 59.49% in the past two years, but the cumulative maximum decline has reached 75%. Tesla's cumulative decline in the past two years reached 70.78%. It can be seen that from the analysis of the cumulative largest decline, the decline between the two is similar, but from the perspective of the decline since this year, Tesla's decline is significantly greater than that of Tencent. Tesla's stock price has fallen sharply, both for its own reasons, but also the factors affecting the overall market environment. In 2022, in addition to Tesla, well-known technology giants such as Meta platforms, Google and Amazon experienced a decline to varying degrees, and the stock price of technology giants was cut into a normal phenomenon. Behind the sharp decline in Tesla's stock price, there is a lot of linkage with the trend of technology stocks. 2022 can be called the year of bubble squeeze of global technology stocks, but the bubble squeeze of A-share Hong Kong stocks is one year earlier than that of U.S. stocks. In the end, U.S. technology giants still can't escape the result of bubble squeeze. However, behind the bursting of the U.S. stock technology stock bubble, it is largely related to the factors that the Federal Reserve raised interest rates significantly. Behind the Federal Reserve's sharp increase in interest rates, the market interest rates have increased rapidly, and the risk appetite in the global market has changed to a large extent. Throughout this round of global technology stock bubble bursting, there are often some common characteristics. For example, the higher the valuation of technology stocks, the faster the valuation squeeze. For example, the more incomprehensible the concept of Internet technology stocks, the greater the stock price decline. In addition, the higher the pledge rate of large shareholders and the greater the leverage risk, the greater the pressure of bubble squeeze. Tesla's stock price fell sharply from $414.5 to $121.02, with a cumulative decline of 70%. In terms of market capitalization, from $1.1 trillion fell sharply to $38.8 billion. It turned out that the three Tencent companies could reach Tesla, but now the market value of one Tesla is not as high as Tencent's market value. Tesla's stock price plummeted, in addition to the accelerated debubble of technology stocks, but also related to Musk's series of operations since this year. After Musk became the richest man in the world, his business ambitions expanded rapidly and spent a lot of money to buy Twitter shares. However, Musk has a wide range of funds to raise funds to acquire Twitter, but in addition to bank loans, it is mainly inseparable from share pledge, selling shares and other behaviors. If he sells cash out directly from the capital market, Musk does not have to take the leverage risk and easily make a profit to meet the funds needed for Twitter's acquisition. If Musk raises funds through equity pledge or selling bearish options, he will face greater risks. For example, selling bearish options can get a certain profit for Musk's rights. However, the trading price setting of selling bearish options directly affects the risk of the whole transaction. If Musk sets the trading price to $300, then the stock price will continue to be stable at more than $300. Musk can easily obtain the profit from the right, and the transaction will be automatically completed when it expires. However, if Tesla's stock price continues to fall and fall below the price of $300 on exercise day, Musk needs to prepare a fund to meet the $300 exercise right. If it cannot be made up, it will face a greater exercise risk and test Musk's capital status. If it involves the operation of equity pledge, then you need to look at Musk's clearance early warning line and clearance line at this time. When the stock price touches the clearance line, Musk needs to raise funds or supplementary pledges, which also tests Musk's financial situation. If Musk is unable to replenish the pledge or does not have enough funds to meet the demand for the position, he will face the risk of forcibly closeing the position. At present, Tesla still has a certain competitive advantage in production and sales. Against the background that the fundamentals have not deteriorated, perhaps the company's stock price has been affected by the sniping of some capital agencies. In addition, Musk's series of operations were voted by market funds, which became the fuse for the accelerated decline of stock prices. From the perspective of Tesla, the biggest problem currently facing is to solve the pressure of centralized selling in the market. Against the background of unbalanced buyer and seller strength, Tesla needs to have sufficient buyer funds to hedge the risk of centralized selling of funds. Of course, Musk and the consortium behind it also need to do something to achieve the purpose of stabilizing market investment confidence and stabilizing market investment sentiment. Musk promised not to reduce his holdings within 2 years, or it was only the first step to stabilize the stock price. Next, Tesla also needs more substantive measures to stabilize the stock price, such as the measures to increase holdings of the behind the consortium, the repurchase and annotation of shares, etc., at least to give the market confidence to see the company's protection, which may be an important measure for the gradual stabili  zation of the stock price. After Tencent's stock price fell by 75%, the stock price rebounded sharply by 50%, which is also a reflection of market investment sentiment. For Tesla, as one of the global technology giants, the stock price has fallen by 70%, which is not an abnormal market phenomenon. Against the background that the fundamentals have not deteriorated substantially, it is more likely to be related to factors such as market fear and concentrated selling of funds. From the perspective of price speculation, it may not be a bad thing for Tesla to continue to decline irrationally.  Once the market investment sentiment bottoms out and reverses, the stock price will also have a need to repair the rebound. @Tiger_chat @TigerStars @MillionaireTiger @Daily_Discussion 
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    • Lionel8383Lionel8383
      ·01-24
      Investor lost money on Tesla This is why you should never buy a stock based on rumours or news of something happening. "Timothy Fries, a member of the class who testified Friday, said he lost $5,000 after buying 50 shares of Tesla stock following Mr. Musk's tweets. Those shares cost $370 apiece, an investment report showed. He sold those shares at a loss in early September 2018, he said, after it had become clear Tesla wouldn't go private." Taking into account of the stock split in 2020 August (5:1) and 2022 August (3:1), this would work out his cost price today of $24.67. He would have had 50 x 15 = 750 shares, and even he he panic sold his shares on Jan 6 thus year at $101.81, he would still be in the green with profits of $57,855! And if he didn't sell, assuming the last close of $143.75, his unrealised profits would be $89,310. This shows that you need to do your own research on why you buy a stock, what is the investment thesis behind it, what are the economic moats that company has, and to never make an investment based on some tweet or online discussion. The other thing also shows that if you let time work things out, you stand to allowyour investments to compound and ride out any short term liability. $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  @TigerStars 
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    • WongWAWongWA
      ·01-24
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ BullishBullishBullishBullishtesla will continue it's growth as more consumer adopt EV aound the world.  Plans are underway to build more factory and new model.  Tesla hv margin advantage against others EV rival.
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    • LMSunshineLMSunshine
      ·01-21

      What To Expect For 🔋🚘TSLA’s Q4 Earnings❓

      🔋🚘$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  is scheduled to report Q4 results on 25 Jan after market closes. A call with analysts & others is set for 6.30 am SGT (26/1), so fellow 🐯🐯🐯 who are shareholders, tune in 👀👂as we can expect major share price movements again🎢📈📉 🔋🚘TSLA announced price cuts in the 🇺🇸 & Europe earlier in Jan to gain &/or retain market share & increase demand as new EV startups & legacy automakers are competing aggressively. The move also means some 🔋🚘 cars will qualify for tax breaks & take a hit on margins & earnings. 🔎EPS Expectations: 🐻 Some analysts have lowered the 2023 EPS from $4.96 to $3.80 👌 Analysts polled by FactSet expect TSLA to report adjusted earnings of $1.15 a share in Q4 2022, compared to $0.85 a share in Q4 2021. 👌👌 Estimize, a crowdsourcing platform that gathers estimates from Wall Street analysts as well as buy-side analysts, fund managers, company executives, academics & others, is expecting an adjusted profit of $1.23 a share. 🔎Revenue Expectations: 👍 Analysts surveyed by FactSet are calling for sales of $24.96 billion, which would compare with $17.72 billion in Q4 2021. 👍 Estimize is expecting nearly the same at the moment, $25.32 billion in revenue for the quarter. 🔎Delivery Expectations: 🔋🚘 in early Jan reported that it delivered 1.31 million cars in 2022, up about 40% from 2021. Wall Street expects deliveries, a proxy for sales, of $1.9 million vehicles in 2023. 🕵🏻‍♀️🕵🏻‍♂️Updates That Investors Will Be Looking Out For: ✅ Production & order updates for the TSLA Cybertruck🔋🚛 ✅ TSLA 2023 guidance ➡️ For most of last year, the EV maker kept an official guidance of 50% average annual sales growth. ✅ Announcements of the CEO situation for TSLA & more information on Tom Zhu’s role, & perhaps any signs of Musk being less or more involved in Twitter🐦 Using 🔮AI prediction🤖-Based on the 20/1 closing value of $133.42, 🔋🚘 is predicted to rise 1.60% & close at $135.56 on 27/1 with 66.67% accuracy👌 Fellow 🐯🐯🐯 Do share your thoughts about 🔋🚘TSLA’s Q4 earnings in the comments section as I love a convo❣️ Please help to click on the “Like” & “Share/Repost” buttons at the Bottom Right corner so that more 🐯🐯🐯 can access this information, many thanks🤗🥰 You will Greatly Encourage Me❣️ Follow me if you enjoy reading my analytical stock research🔍 presented in a fun & easily understandable way😉 As usual-🤔💭 Consider POV & Actions of investors + 👩🏻‍💻👨🏻‍💻 Research + 🗑FOMO & Greed = Investing Wisely 🤓🤗 + Accumulating Wealth 💵💰$S&P 500(.SPX)$ $XPeng Inc.(XPEV)$ $XPENG-W(09868)$ $NIO Inc.(NIO)$  @TigerStars @CaptainTiger @MillionaireTiger 
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    • Tiger_EarningsTiger_Earnings
      ·01-22

      🔥Stock Prediction: How will Tesla close on 25/1 following it's earnings?

      Click to vote. Can you predict where $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ will move following its earnings?If you get the right answers, you can get 10 Tiger Coins.  In addition, you have the chance of winning 100 Tiger Coins.$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ will release its 2022 fourth-quarter and full-year financial reports after the U.S. stock market closes on January 25 (Wednesday), local time. Source: https://electrek.co/Earlier this month,  $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ announced their Q4 deliveries, up 31.5% year-on-year and 18.5% quarter-on-quarter to 405,000 vehicles, but below expectations of 420,000 vehicles. It also marked the second straight quarter in which Tesla deliveries fell short of expectations. Auto demand has been slowing amid supply chain issues and economic uncertainty. In addition, Tesla has also cut the price of its cars multiple times around the world, by as much as 20%, in an effort to increase market share.$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ ’s Q4 2022 earnings call will be held on January 25 2023 at approximately at 6:30 p.m. Pacific Time. To set a reminder, please click here🔙 Latest Results$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$'s 2022Q3 financial report shows that during the reporting period, the company achieved operating income of US$21.5 billion, a year-on-year increase of 56%; net profit attributable to the parent company was US$3.292 billion, a year-on-year increase of 140%; the net profit rate attributable to the parent company was 15%. Free cash flow was $3.297 billion; GAAP diluted EPS was $0.95 and Non-GAAP diluted EPS was $1.05; year-over-year growth of 46% and 44%, respectively.From NASDAQ📒Tesla‘s Q4 earnings consensusAccording to Bloomberg's consensus forecast, Tesla's revenue in the fourth quarter of 2022 will be US$24.18 billion, adjusted net profit will be US$3.98 billion, and adjusted EPS will be US$1.1. A total of 46 analysts rated Tesla, of which 27 gave buy ratings, 13 gave hold ratings, and 6 gave sell ratings, with an average target price of $192.44.💡Analyst Opinions$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ delivered a record 405,000 vehicles globally in the fourth quarter, with annual sales surging 40% to more than 1.3 million in 2022, Bloomberg analysts said. But gross margins are at risk due to aggressive price cuts. Tesla's decision to slash prices across numerous markets bucked industry trends, with the average selling price in the U.S. approaching $50,000, up $3,700 in a year.💰Activity DetailsClick to vote. Guess where Tesla will move following their earnings? If you get correct answers, you can get 10 Tiger Coins.Reply and forward this post, share your insights about Netflix's financial reports, we will give 100 Tiger Coins with outstanding comments.⏰Event TimeThe deadline for this event is 23:00 on January 25 2023🔥Don't forget to follow@Tiger_Earnings, Tiger's official account for providing key information during earnings season📖📖📖📖For a beginner's guide to financial statements, click here
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    • ToughCoyoteToughCoyote
      ·01-24

      TSLA is on verge of grow? Read on…

      Summary Once the market investment sentiment bottoms out and reverses, the stock price will also have high chance to repair the rebound. tesla is seriously undervalued...Here's the details .... Tesla, $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ which once had a total market value of more than $1 trillion. US, now the total market value has fallen below $400 billion and is controlled by $ Tencent.$TENCENT(00700)$  HK catches up. In the past year, there has been a round of reshuffle of global technology companies. As of December 23, Tesla's total market value was $38.887 billion, and Tesla's stock price has fallen by 65.03% since this year. Tencent ADR's total market value is 380.739 billion US dollars, and the stock price has fallen by 28.73% since this year. If calculated according to the decline in 2022, Tencent's decline is much smaller than that of Tesla, but judging from the single-year decline in 2021, Tencent's decline is significantly greater than Tesla's decline. Taking 2021 as an example, Tencent ADR fell by 23.74% in 2021, but Tesla increased by 49.70% in 2021. However, from the cumulative decline since 2021, Tencent ADR has fallen by 59.49% in the past two years, but the cumulative maximum decline has reached 75%. Tesla's cumulative decline in the past two years reached 70.78%. It can be seen that from the analysis of the cumulative largest decline, the decline between the two is similar, but from the perspective of the decline since this year, Tesla's decline is significantly greater than that of Tencent. Tesla's stock price has fallen sharply, both for its own reasons, but also the factors affecting the overall market environment. In 2022, in addition to Tesla, well-known technology giants such as Meta platforms, Google and Amazon experienced a decline to varying degrees, and the stock price of technology giants was cut into a normal phenomenon. Behind the sharp decline in Tesla's stock price, there is a lot of linkage with the trend of technology stocks. 2022 can be called the year of bubble squeeze of global technology stocks, but the bubble squeeze of A-share Hong Kong stocks is one year earlier than that of U.S. stocks. In the end, U.S. technology giants still can't escape the result of bubble squeeze. However, behind the bursting of the U.S. stock technology stock bubble, it is largely related to the factors that the Federal Reserve raised interest rates significantly. Behind the Federal Reserve's sharp increase in interest rates, the market interest rates have increased rapidly, and the risk appetite in the global market has changed to a large extent. Throughout this round of global technology stock bubble bursting, there are often some common characteristics. For example, the higher the valuation of technology stocks, the faster the valuation squeeze. For example, the more incomprehensible the concept of Internet technology stocks, the greater the stock price decline. In addition, the higher the pledge rate of large shareholders and the greater the leverage risk, the greater the pressure of bubble squeeze. Tesla's stock price fell sharply from $414.5 to $121.02, with a cumulative decline of 70%. In terms of market capitalization, from $1.1 trillion fell sharply to $38.8 billion. It turned out that the three Tencent companies could reach Tesla, but now the market value of one Tesla is not as high as Tencent's market value. Tesla's stock price plummeted, in addition to the accelerated debubble of technology stocks, but also related to Musk's series of operations since this year. After Musk became the richest man in the world, his business ambitions expanded rapidly and spent a lot of money to buy Twitter shares. However, Musk has a wide range of funds to raise funds to acquire Twitter, but in addition to bank loans, it is mainly inseparable from share pledge, selling shares and other behaviors. If he sells cash out directly from the capital market, Musk does not have to take the leverage risk and easily make a profit to meet the funds needed for Twitter's acquisition. If Musk raises funds through equity pledge or selling bearish options, he will face greater risks. For example, selling bearish options can get a certain profit for Musk's rights. However, the trading price setting of selling bearish options directly affects the risk of the whole transaction. If Musk sets the trading price to $300, then the stock price will continue to be stable at more than $300. Musk can easily obtain the profit from the right, and the transaction will be automatically completed when it expires. However, if Tesla's stock price continues to fall and fall below the price of $300 on exercise day, Musk needs to prepare a fund to meet the $300 exercise right. If it cannot be made up, it will face a greater exercise risk and test Musk's capital status. If it involves the operation of equity pledge, then you need to look at Musk's clearance early warning line and clearance line at this time. When the stock price touches the clearance line, Musk needs to raise funds or supplementary pledges, which also tests Musk's financial situation. If Musk is unable to replenish the pledge or does not have enough funds to meet the demand for the position, he will face the risk of forcibly closeing the position. At present, Tesla still has a certain competitive advantage in production and sales. Against the background that the fundamentals have not deteriorated, perhaps the company's stock price has been affected by the sniping of some capital agencies. In addition, Musk's series of operations were voted by market funds, which became the fuse for the accelerated decline of stock prices. From the perspective of Tesla, the biggest problem currently facing is to solve the pressure of centralized selling in the market. Against the background of unbalanced buyer and seller strength, Tesla needs to have sufficient buyer funds to hedge the risk of centralized selling of funds. Of course, Musk and the consortium behind it also need to do something to achieve the purpose of stabilizing market investment confidence and stabilizing market investment sentiment. Musk promised not to reduce his holdings within 2 years, or it was only the first step to stabilize the stock price. Next, Tesla also needs more substantive measures to stabilize the stock price, such as the measures to increase holdings of the behind the consortium, the repurchase and annotation of shares, etc., at least to give the market confidence to see the company's protection, which may be an important measure for the gradual stabili  zation of the stock price. After Tencent's stock price fell by 75%, the stock price rebounded sharply by 50%, which is also a reflection of market investment sentiment. For Tesla, as one of the global technology giants, the stock price has fallen by 70%, which is not an abnormal market phenomenon. Against the background that the fundamentals have not deteriorated substantially, it is more likely to be related to factors such as market fear and concentrated selling of funds. From the perspective of price speculation, it may not be a bad thing for Tesla to continue to decline irrationally.  Once the market investment sentiment bottoms out and reverses, the stock price will also have a need to repair the rebound. @Tiger_chat @TigerStars @MillionaireTiger @Daily_Discussion 
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    • ToughCoyoteToughCoyote
      ·01-22

      My Expectation from TSLA earning and It’s future

      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  With the arrival of the new year, investors are trying to understand the future of the currently trapped electric vehicle giant Tesla.US (TSLA). During the pandemic, Tesla was regarded as the new favorite of Wall Street and became one of the biggest losers among big technology companies together with Meta and Amazon. Due to a series of anachronistic supply-side emergencies and a continuous bear market, Tesla ended with an annual loss of 65% in 2022. After joining the trillion-yuan club in 2021, its market value has collapsed to less than 400 billion US dollars in the past year. The sharp decline in Tesla's price was devastating for Elon Musk, who lost more than $20 billion in just over a year and gave up his position as the richest man in the world to Bernard Arnault. Tesla's collapse in 2022 represents an unprecedented reversal in the 52-year-old Musk's journey of wealth growth over the years. However, I don't think Tesla should be completely eliminated, because it is still one of the world's largest electric vehicle manufacturers. In addition, as governments around the world strengthen their commitment to reducing carbon emissions, there will be more and more demand for electric vehicles. This will be an opportunity for Tesla to rise again. Tesla also has other sources of revenue, such as solar power generation and storage systems, which can also help the company make more profits in the future. Therefore, although Tesla experienced some difficulties in 2022, it may still turn around in 2023. Competitors are catching up with Tesla Although Tesla has experienced some troubles in the past year, from Musk's chaotic Twitter to China's zero Covid blockade, the long-term threat has now appeared in Tesla's rearview mirror - competition. After gaining the advantage as a pioneer of EV, Tesla's leading position over competitors is weakening because other car manufacturers are catching up quickly. Tesla's competitors include traditional car manufacturers such as Ford, General Motors, Volkswagen and Toyota, as well as pure EV manufacturers such as BYD, Nio, Polestar, Lucid and Rivian. Tesla's competitors not only grow in the local market, but also abroad. In the United States, Tesla is still a market leader, and EV sales soared by about 85% from 2020 to 2021. However, although the pie is growing rapidly, it is difficult for Tesla to maintain its main share. According to national vehicle registration data, Tesla had about 80% of the U.S. market in 2020, but its share fell to 71% in 2021. Tesla's percentage of all registered EVs fell to about 65% in the first nine months of 2022. Tesla also faces more competitive pressure in China - the world's largest electric vehicle market. For example, the Chinese electric vehicle brand BYD surpassed Tesla in sales, reaching more than 1 million units in the first three quarters of 2022, including plug-in hybrid vehicles. After BYD, the Chinese brands Nio and Li Auto reached a new level of vehicle production in the last quarter of last year. There are other new brands in emerging markets, such as Vinfast in Vietnam, which recently applied for an initial public offering (IPO) in the United States and plans to expand in Europe next year. I think Tesla needs to find new ways to maintain its market leadership with the addition of competitors. This may include continuing to expand its product line, improving product quality and reducing production costs. At the same time, Tesla can also consider looking for new sources of revenue, such as charging stations and electric vehicle sharing services. Stock price reversal Considering its sharp rise during the pandemic, Tesla's stock price may have been waiting to turn around for a long time. At the end of 2020, Tesla's price-earnings ratio (P/E) ratio was alarmingly high, as high as 966, which means that the price of Tesla's stock is equivalent to 966 times its earnings per share. In contrast, the average P/E ratio of S&P 500 stocks ranged from 25X to 40X in the year. I think the previous market investment boom in Tesla was driven by speculation about its future growth rather than its basic profitability, which created all kinds of strange statistics. For example, when Tesla first exceeded $1 trillion at the end of 2021, its market value exceeded the sum of the next top ten car manufacturers. However, its total car sales are less than 2% of the other ten companies. In this sense, Tesla is a typical technology growth stock, not a car company. Unlike its more mature rival car manufacturers, Tesla does not pay dividends, but follows Silicon Valley's conventions and reinvests its profits to promote further expansion. Therefore, Tesla's bull market is obviously different from Warren Buffett's value investment strategy, who advocates buying undervalued companies with fixed dividend returns. Tesla's outlook The outlook for 2023 is still unclear. Although the economic recession environment may further drag down growth stocks like Tesla, there may be hope. Despite the increasingly fierce competition, most electric vehicle brands have not yet entered the high-end market - this is the real field of Tesla. For example, although BYD surpassed Tesla in total sales last year, Tesla is still far ahead of profit margins. BYD's profit margin is only about $1,200 per car, while Tesla's profit margin is more than eight times its - nearly $10,000 per unit. However, some people think that there is still a bull market. Morgan Stanley analysts expect Tesla to further expand its leading advantages over other electric vehicle brands, and point out that the company will benefit greatly from the upcoming deflationary bill (IRA). Others, such as Deutsche Bank, do not think the road will become smoother in the next few quarters, but insist that the company is in a good position to cope with the current macroeconomic recession and has various cost leverage to protect its high profit margins. I think whether Tesla's stock price can rise and reach its previous historical high may depend on whether it can turn its vehicle into an EV iPhone. If it, like Apple, can continue to convince consumers that its car is unique and maintain its dominance in the high-end market, it may bring impressive growth to investors in the long term. However, if it succumbs to the increasingly crowded market competitive pressure and becomes another EV brand, given the company's high risks and the uncertainty of the economic situation in 2023, Tesla's price trend will receive close attention from investors in the coming year. @TigerStars @Tiger_chat @Daily_Discussion @MillionaireTiger 
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    • upupahcaiupupahcai
      ·01-24

      $TSLA earning report is here! More questions than answers this time round

      Probably the most edgy earning call for a very long time. Wall Street is expecting EPS of $1.15 and a revenue of $24.24 billion More questions than answers The recent run from $100 to $140 is great news for Tesla shareholders but it will be short lived if many issues that surfaced recently or issues that exist for sometime remain unanswered or is given an unsatisfactory answer. Questions I hope can be given a satisfactory answer in this earning calls would be What is the timeline for cybertruck production, specification and pricing.  We have been teased for many years on the release Tesla Cybertruck only to have it delayed on multiple times. 2023 looks set to be the year we can get our hands on Cybertruck although no specific date is announced yet. With the release of the Cyber truck, Tesla will be given entry to one of the most profitable segments of the U.S. EV market and bring competitions and challege to electric pickups from the likes of Ford and Rivian Automotive both of which have launched similar models but are still not in mass production yet.  Updates on Tesla megapack and powerpack production and margin  Tesla recently teased us of their megafactory capable of producing 10k units of megapack per year  Megapack, meant for commercial use is priced at $2.1 million each which will help to generate $21 billion in revenue, it also has high demand now such that if you placed an order for one today, it can only be delivered two years later  I'm excited to see the future of Tesla battery packs which to me is a sleeping giant if Tesla can solve the ever demanding of energy storage world wide. Where are we on the 4680 ramp  An Achillies heel of lowering production cost of Tesla vehicles has been the issues of ramping up 4680 battery cells  Recent good news is that the battery team is able to produce 4680 cells to support 1000 cars each week.  Tesla battery supply constraints have eased up over the last year thanks to suppliers ramping up production but a lot of the automaker’s growth this year is expected to be tied to its capacity to ramp up 4680 cell production.  Ultimately if these bottleneck is eased and 4680 cells are able to ramp up smoothly will give Tesla huge pricing power over other competitors with the significant decease in their production cost.  Other short term issues and nags Many short-term questions such as  - Demand for Tesla cars in both US and China - Automargin for 2023 - Is shares buyback likely to happen  - Is Tesla still on track to grow 50% in 2023 - Possibility of brand damage because of Elon Musk political comments and polls Will be of interest in this earning calls Thoughts  Short term Tesla will remain volatile in the current monetary contractary environment but this applies to other companies as well. I believe Tesla is in a healthy position to survive the current environment.  Long term I am confident of Tesla future, with a range of exciting products lined up. As long as Tesla continue to innovate tackling and solving the hardest issue faced by Mankind. Tesla becoming the most valuable company in the world doesn't seem so far fetched.  $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ $Vanguard S&P 500 ETF(VOO)$ $SPY(SPY)$  @CaptainTiger  @MaverickTiger  @Tiger_chat  @TigerStars  @MillionaireTiger  
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    • Cris0Cris0
      ·01-23
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  After a brutal year for technology stocks, individual investors have lost their appetite for buying the dip, with one notable exception. They are still scooping up shares of Tesla Inc. Individual investors’ net purchases of a basket of eight popular tech stocks hit a recent peak in November, before dropping sharply through the end of the year, according to Vanda Research. Buying has since picked up slightly in the new year as tech shares rebound. As for Tesla, individuals have been steady buyers since the end of 2021, doubling down when the stock tumbled to close out 2022. They have spent more money on Tesla shares in the past six months than in the five years prior, Vanda found. And on Jan. 10, one-day net purchases of Tesla shares hit a record high of $316 million. “As markets took a big hit, we saw retail investors shift into their favorite tech stock rather than investing across the whole sector,” Vanda analyst Lucas Mantle said of Tesla. “It might be the last shoe to drop.” The Federal Reserve’s fight to tame inflation through aggressive interest-rate increases last year abruptly changed the outlook for big tech stocks, which for years had lifted the major stock indexes to new highs. Investors were forced to reassess the pros and cons of investing in companies whose appeal centered on the prospect of huge profits years down the line. Tesla shares dropped 65% in 2022, their worst year on record. In the coming week, investors are awaiting quarterly earnings reports from Tesla, along with Microsoft, Intel. Even as skeptics cite concerns about production disruptions, demand worries and Chief Executive Elon Musk’s divided attention after his acquisition of Twitter Inc., Tesla’s most ardent supporters keep their faith in a long-term payout. Abhas Gupta, a 41-year-old entrepreneur in Irvine, Calif., said he moved his whole equity portfolio into Tesla shares in 2018, enamored by its electric cars and promise of disruptive innovation. Last year, he lost his entire seven-figure retirement fund after taking out margin loans and using options to turbocharge his bets on Tesla, he said. Still, he said he is far from calling it quits. “I basically burned a lifetime’s worth of wealth, but none of this has shaken my confidence in the company. There is just no company even remotely close to Tesla on innovation,” Mr. Gupta said. “Why would I invest in a basket of dinosaurs?” he said of the S&P 500. Mr. Gupta said he is aggressively buying long-dated call options on Tesla. Call options give traders the right, though not the obligation, to buy shares at a stated price by a certain date, while put options grant the right to sell. Overall, options volume in Tesla has grown in the past few months, according to Cboe Global Markets. One of the largest options bets on Tesla is that shares will reach $825 in the next three years; the stock closed at $133.42 per share Friday. Gabriel Wilson, a 52-year-old physician who splits his time between Texas and New York, said the Fed remains his primary concern in the market. After first leasing Tesla’s Model X in 2018, he said he moved all of his investments into Tesla. Although he cashed out his holdings around the end of 2021 due to concerns about near-term market weakness, he is looking to buy Tesla shares again soon, he said. Despite last year’s market turmoil, he hasn’t touched a roughly $100,000 trust fund for his son held solely in Tesla shares, he said. “No one can compete with Tesla,” Dr. Wilson said. “I have absolutely no doubt Tesla is the future.” Many professional investors remain cautious on tech stocks to start the new year. Fund managers rotated out of technology stocks in January and are more underweight the sector than their historical positioning, according to Bank of America Corp.’s latest global fund manager survey. But some individuals are betting that tech could reign supreme again if the Fed signals plans to pivot from raising interest rates. Federal-funds futures, used to wager on the course of interest rates, show traders expect the central bank to cut rates later this year, even though Fed officials have repeatedly said their work to cool the economy isn’t done. Nicki Bourlioufas, 51, said she bought shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Nvidia Corp. last year, then refrained from adding new positions as those semiconductor stocks struggled. The financial public-relations consultant in Sydney said she is looking for opportunities to pick up shares of Tesla, along with Microsoft, Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc. “As soon as there’s any hint that interest rates will be cut, then I expect tech stocks will rally and I’d like to be there and positioned,” she said. “I use their products and I’d like to also reap their profits.” Quoted
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    • koolgalkoolgal
      ·01-27

      🌟🌟🌟Tesla - The Leader In Auto Industry🌟🌟🌟

      🌈🌈🌈$Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  has jumped 11% today driven by an optimistic outlook given by Elon Musk at its latest Q4 2022 earnings report.   Elon Musk also declared that Tesla is now the World's Auto Industry's Leader in profitability and manufacturing efficiency, a crown that Toyota has held for 30 years. Tesla has already earned roughly 7 times as much per vehicle as Toyota.  Its profit margins are almost double the average for the rest of the auto industry.  Elon Musk also mentioned that Tesla is now working on a new vehicle that could sell profitably for under USD 30,000 to compete with mass markets models from Toyota, Ford Motor and General Motors. Elon Musk's strategy of cutting Tesla's EV prices seem to have  paid off.  It sparked a massive increase of orders.  He said that Tesla is currently seeing orders of almost twice the rate of production. Tesla has just reported an automotive revenue of USD 21.3 billion in the 4th quarter, representing a 33% growth year over year.  Its earnings was USD 1.19 per share versus USD 1.13 per share expected.   Its overall revenue was USD 24. 32 billion versus USD 24.16 billion expected. Tesla's guidance for production was just 1.8 million in 2023.  However if it is a smooth year, Elon Musk said that Tesla has the potential to do 2 million cars this year.  Tesla also said that about 400,000 customers in North America have the ability to test out its experimental "FSD Beta" driver assistance system.  Cybertruck pickup is also on track to start production in Texas this year but will not reach volume production until next year. Wall Street Analysts are also bullish on Tesla with a median target price of USD 196, representing a 22% upside potential.  $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ share price has soared 55% since January 6 low of USD 101.80.  It looks like 2023 is going to be a great year for Tesla and Elon Musk.  @MillionaireTiger  @TigerStars  @CaptainTiger  @Tiger_chat  
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·01-27
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  Tesla posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter net income. The stock is rising, but gains have little to do with the past. Investors liked what they heard from the company about the future. So did the Street. Wednesday evening, the electric-vehicles giant reported record net income and earnings per share of $1.19. Wall Street was looking for about $1.13 a share. Tesla (ticker: TSLA) stock rose 11% Thursday, hitting $160.27 a share. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite were up about 1.1% and 1.8%, respectively. “Demand has been the biggest question entering 2023 after recent price cuts and fear of a macro slowdown,” wrote Baird analyst Ben Kallo in a Wednesday report. “Demand [is] still strong and outpacing production capacity.” Tesla plans to make about 1.8 million cars in 2023, up from about 1.37 million produced in 2022. CEO Elon Musk said on Thursday evening that orders were outpacing production two to one. All that was enough to sooth investors’ nerves. (Coming into Thursday trading, Tesla stock was down about 34% over the past three months.) Kallo rates Tesla shares Buy. His price target is $252 a share. Mizuho analyst Vijay Rakesh also rates shares Buy. His price target is $250 a share. Rakesh wrote that quarterly profit margins were better than feared in his Thursday research report. Profit margins were a concern for investors after Tesla offered discounts at the end of 2022 and dramatically cut prices at the start of 2023. Rakesh also pointed out that while prices are coming down, Tesla has cost offsets to help cushion the margin impact—including better utilization at two new manufacturing plants and falling raw material prices. “Management commentary suggest [gross profit margins] should remain above the 20% in a single quarter,” wrote Emmanuel Rosner in a Thursday report. The first quarter of 2023 is “positioned to be the trough for the year and margins incrementally improve throughout the year.” Tesla produced automotive gross profit margins of about 26% for all of 2022. Rosner rates Tesla stock Buy and has a $220 price target for the shares. Cowen analyst Jeffery Osborne rates shares Hold. He took his price target up to $140 from $122 after earnings. He still has concerns about falling vehicle prices and the impact on margins, but noted that Tesla’s energy storage business is looking better than he expected. Tesla deployed 2.5 gigawatt hours of battery storage capacity in the fourth quarter, up 152% year over year. BoA Securities analyst John Murphy also rates shares Hold. He called results mixed in a Thursday report, but raised his price target to $150 from $135 a share. “Stock appears fairly priced,” wrote Murphy, adding there is a lot of uncertainty faced by investors regarding the state of the global economy and Musk’s management of Twitter. Most of the Street seems fine with Tesla’s numbers. “Solid results and upbeat demand out of the gate,” is how Wedbush analyst Dan Ives characterized the quarter. He rates shares Buy. He took his price target to $200 from $175 after earnings. Tesla’s demand commentary was what bulls wanted to hear, added Ives. “The bears (for now) will go back into hibernation mode,” he noted. They will come out of hibernation soon. Next up for Tesla watchers is the company’s event on March 1. Topics will include the next-generation vehicle platform. That should be a lower-priced vehicle that can expand Tesla’s addressable market. Overall, about 64% of analysts covering Tesla stock rate shares Buy. It’s the highest Buy-rating ratio the stock has had, according to FactSet. The average Buy-rating ratio for stocks in the S&P 500 is about 58%. The average analyst price target is about $206 a share. Quoted
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    • UltrahishamUltrahisham
      ·01-24
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  Tesla is such an important brand name there does not seem to be a day that it is not mentioned. And much like Apple, it has its own army of fans, all so very loyal and ready to defendthe brand. Such is its influence. So it comes as no surprise that when it comesto earning reports, theirs are scrutinised to figure out how the company is doing. The shares of Tesla has come down a lot since its top. Is the value compression enough to justify nibbling at it? That is something each investor has to decide for themselves and it comes to risk tolerance etc etc which either has to be figured out by the savvy investor or a financial advisor has to do for them.  Tesla's earnings are around the corner. Judging from their actions lately in slashing prices etc, either their earnings are not palatable to the management, they need to beef it up by increasing demand at the expense of margins or they are trying to grab market share again. Either way, I am not bothered by a market beat which might be at a low bar with the macroeconomics concern etc. I am looking for improving margins at both top and bottom lines. I am not too convinced cutting prices will do so as abloated top line with a compressed bottom line only adds concerns as to the outlook moving forward.  Thanks for reading! $XPeng Inc.(XPEV)$  $Rivian Automotive, Inc.(RIVN)$  $NIO Inc.(NIO)$  $Apple(AAPL)$ 
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    • Lionel8383Lionel8383
      ·01-24
      Investor lost money on Tesla This is why you should never buy a stock based on rumours or news of something happening. "Timothy Fries, a member of the class who testified Friday, said he lost $5,000 after buying 50 shares of Tesla stock following Mr. Musk's tweets. Those shares cost $370 apiece, an investment report showed. He sold those shares at a loss in early September 2018, he said, after it had become clear Tesla wouldn't go private." Taking into account of the stock split in 2020 August (5:1) and 2022 August (3:1), this would work out his cost price today of $24.67. He would have had 50 x 15 = 750 shares, and even he he panic sold his shares on Jan 6 thus year at $101.81, he would still be in the green with profits of $57,855! And if he didn't sell, assuming the last close of $143.75, his unrealised profits would be $89,310. This shows that you need to do your own research on why you buy a stock, what is the investment thesis behind it, what are the economic moats that company has, and to never make an investment based on some tweet or online discussion. The other thing also shows that if you let time work things out, you stand to allowyour investments to compound and ride out any short term liability. $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  @TigerStars 
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    • BroccoBrocco
      ·01-25
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  Tesla bulls and bears fight over just about everything: Electric vehicle demand, autonomous driving technology, Elon Musk, competition from gas-powered cars, and more. The next front in their war: profit margins. Tesla(ticker: TSLA) slashed pricesat the start of the year, choosing to sacrifice a slice of its industry-leading profit margins to boost demand and protect market share. Over the past four quarters, Tesla‘s automotive gross-profit margin—excluding any benefit from regulatory credits— has averaged 28%, which is 19 percentage points better than Ford Motor (F) and 13 percentage points better than Toyota Motor (TM). Both sides realize the gross-profit margin is pulling in. But a risk for the bulls is that estimates for the number aren’t coming in fast enough. Analysts project a fourth-quarter margin of 25%, down from the third- quarter’s margins of almost 27%. Automotive gross-profit estimates for the first quarter and full year are now 22% and 23%, respectively. Those figures are too high, according to an analyst who is a Tesla bull.New Street Research’s Pierre Ferragu, who rates the stock Buy and has a $320 price target, projects margins of 20% for the first quarter and 22% for the full year. Ferragu expects Tesla management to “talk down” margins when the company reports fourth-quarter numbers on Wednesday. The message might pressure shares, but Ferragu expects things to improve throughout the year as costs fall. Quoted
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    • ToughCoyoteToughCoyote
      ·01-27

      My brief analysis of Tesla’s earnings report

      Key takeaways from Tesla's earnings conference call: 1. We saw the strongest order book in our history to date. As of January, the order backlog was about double the current capacity. 2. Different car models may receive different amounts of IRA tax credits, and these tax credit policies are still changing. This year, the quarterly point revenue is about 150-250 million US dollars, and it will increase quarter by quarter with the increase in sales. 3. The annual revenue of Tesla's insurance business is about 300 million US dollars, with a quarterly growth of about 20%, which is faster than the growth of car delivery. About 17% of car owners use Tesla insurance. 4. Continue to maintain the goal of putting Cybertruck into production in mid-2023, but the production capacity will be very low at the beginning, and it will need to go through a ramp-up of production capacity. Mass production will begin in 2024. 5. In 2023, the company's internal production target is close to 2 million vehicles. 6. Continue to maintain the guidance of future sales CAGR of 50%. $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  $Semiconductor Bull 3X Shares(SOXL)$  @Tiger_chat @MillionaireTiger @TigerStars 
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    • ShopShop
      ·01-20
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ is forecast to report a 34% year-on-year rise in revenue to $24.34 billion in the fourth quarter of 2022. Operating income is expected to increase 62% from last year to $4.24 billion while GAAP net income is set to climb 58% to $3.67 billion. If achieved, that puts Tesla on course to report a 52% rise in annual revenue to $81.7 billion over 2022, while both operating profit and net income are both forecast to more than double from last year to $13.95 billion and $12.48 billion, respectively. Estimates for 2023 have fallen significantly in recent weeks and months as brokers digest softer demand, an uncertain outlook and a potential price war. Markets currently believe that Tesla will struggle to meet its goal to grow volumes by 50% in 2023 even if they anticipate another year of strong growth. Consensus numbers show Wall Street is expecting Tesla to produce 1.947 million vehicles this year and deliver 1.853 million of them to customers, putting both metrics on course to climb around 41% to 42% in 2023. Meanwhile, its automotive gross margin is expected to tighten to 27.6% in 2023 from the 29.3% pencilled-in for 2022. The company is now in a position where it may have to see its margin deteriorate in order to deliver its goal to grow volumes by 50% each year, or temporarily give up that ambition to protect profitability. With this in mind, cost control will be key even though inflation appears to be past its peak. Tesla is forecast to grow revenue by 31% this year, lagging the anticipated rise in volumes as lower prices bite. Earnings are set to increase at an even slower pace as costs continue to rise at a faster pace, with operating profit expected to rise 21% in 2023 while net income is seen climbing 17%. @TigerStars @Tiger_chat @MillionaireTiger 
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    • JinHanJinHan
      ·01-20
      I am a firm believer and investor of $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ for many reasons apart from the auto/ car business. The upside of the company is significant given how big the energy, technology space are going to grow.  Tesla's upcoming earnings may miss expectations due to recent price cuts on their vehicles. This could be seen as a short-term negative catalyst for the company, as it may lead to lower revenue and profits in the near term.  However, it is important to note that the price cuts were made in order to make Tesla's vehicles more accessible to a wider range of consumers. This could lead to an increase in the number of Tesla car users in the long run, which would ultimately benefit the company.  Additionally, there are other areas of the business that have strong growth potential, such as the Full Self-Driving (FSD) and Energy Generation and Storage segments. The FSD is a software package that enables Tesla cars to drive themselves and the Energy Generation and Storage segment is the company's solar and energy storage business. These areas have a huge potential for future growth and could help to offset any short-term negative effects from the price cuts.  Overall, despite the potential for missed earnings due to price cuts, Tesla's long-term prospects remain strong given the growth potential in the FSD and energy business. Please like and comment below! Thank you. @MillionaireTiger @Tiger_SG @Tiger_chat @CaptainTiger 
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    • Chilli PadiChilli Padi
      ·01-25
      The huge drop in price to 52 week low of $101.81 gives an indication that TSLA will not meet earnings target. Although there are news that TSLA is investing in more giga factories, but the Q4 results will lag expectations as prices have been slashed in China & USA too.  Although sales are expected to increase, the margin will suffer. Also there is a lot of negativities surrounding Ellon as seen by the legal action taken by TSLA's investors on Elon's tweet regarding TSLA's buyout. However the savings grace for TSLA going forward is that it is still the most popular EV in USA & still is the leader in the sector. I still believe TSLA will regain its former glory.
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    • ToughCoyoteToughCoyote
      ·01-19
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$ Some people don't understand what Tesla's advantages are.  Jack Ma $Alibaba(BABA)$ once said that Tesla's core competitiveness is manufacturing.  According to his blueprint, to achieve the ultimate cost advantage, just think about 4680, robots, integrated body structures, etc. Everything revolves around reducing the cost of making cars. Are there more poor people or rich people in the world?  As long as you can grab market share at a low price, there are many good cards to play, such as $Apple(AAPL)$ Apple’s entire app store, downloading each app game and charging money, the number of items is very good. The market share is enough and insurance can be sold. Even a large company like $Berkshire Hathaway(BRK.B)$ Buffett sells insurance as its main business, which shows how generous the insurance interest is.  In terms of open Supercharger, if you don’t do it, people will do it themselves, so why not do it if you have money to pay but can paralyze your competitors. As for FSD, it will always take some time. Even if it can reach L4 today, it will be in vain if the regulations and confidence cannot keep up. Having said so much, in fact, everything depends on the old horse alone. No one is at fault. As long as he puts his focus back on Tesla, there will be no problems that cannot be solved. Both are prosperous, and this is Tesla’s biggest risk. $Nasdaq100 Bear 3X ETF(SQQQ)$  @Tiger_chat @MillionaireTiger @TigerStars 
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    • LatteboganLattebogan
      ·01-29
      This will be one to follow 
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    • Ah WinAh Win
      ·01-22
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  It is quite obvious that the earnings will be down. 1) Elon has not been focusing his energies at Tesla. His attention is all on Twitter and several investors in Tesla are not happy about it 2) Tesla is cutting prices of their EVs in several countries. So obviously, that is not gg to be a Good sign too. It is damaging to the branding. Imagine u bought a Tesla for USD 50-60k, next montha new one costs 20-30% cheaper. oh my god. I will not be very happy about it  3) supply chain issues in Places like China. I understand that the factory had to stop operations for a period of time last quarter  4) Other brands are catching Up with their EVs. Sothis area is No longer Tesla's domain anymore.  based on the above I would expect Tesla's earning to be bearish
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    • frustyfrusty
      ·01-23
      $Tesla Motors(TSLA)$  It has fallen a lot so it seems like the only way to go is up unless new challenges appear in their horizon. I am not sure how effective challengers will be so let's wait and see. If everything goes well and according to plan, I am sure this will be a success unless something bad happens to the markets . Lets quietly wait for things to happen, for opportunities to occur and see what the market has 
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