Tesla is one part electric car company, one part balloon filled with hot air from founder Elon Musk. In short, there is more than meets the eye with the money-losing electric car company. While many Tesla fanboys obsess over Musk, they are missing a world of investment opportunities in autonomous cars and the chips players that supply those autonomous cars. TheStreet is on the pulse of these happenings.
Tesla is sending out emails to reservation holders to come see the Model 3.
Tesla is hiring Robyn Denholm, one of its board members, to serve as chair.
Elon Musk couldn't be more excited for Tesla's pickup. Should you join the party?
Investors tend to view electric vehicles as a niche market. They are missing the point. As battery prices drop, most vehicles are headed toward electric propulsion, and soon. Here are some ways to play the trend.
Elon Musk's recent settlement with the SEC required that Tesla install someone to monitor the CEO's tweets. But recent activity calls into question how, or if, that requirement is being enforced.
Notorious short-seller Andrew Left goes long on Tesla.
While there's a lot of pent-up demand for a cheaper version of the Model 3, Tesla isn't willing for now to absorb the margin hit that launching such a car would cause.
Tesla's third Gigafactory is on the way after the company secures a 210-acre plot of land in China.
Tesla will pay $20 million as part of the settlement with Elon Musk paying another $20 million.
The purchase of a Tesla currently comes with a full $7,500 tax credit, but that credit is set to expire next week.
Nio shares are up almost $2 apiece this week, giving it gains of nearly 30%. Is this just the start for its big-time investor?
Tesla shares slumped to a six month low Monday as investors continue to question the fate of the clean-energy carmaker amid a series of headline risks linked to its billionaire founder and CEO, Elon Musk, and the group's ability to maintain production and delivery targets while it attempts to slow the rate at which it's burning cash in order to achieve them.
Nio is currently trading below its IPO price and even the most downbeat analyst price target predicts upside. Is it time to buy?
Tesla produced more than 53,000 Model 3s in the quarter, but it clearly has a logistics issue.
Tesla produces 53,239 Model 3s in the quarter.
As Model 3 production picks up, investors will likely have to wait until third quarter earnings for guidance on Tesla's funding plans.
Jim Cramer talks Tesla and Elon Musk's SEC deal.
Invest in TSLA? You'll have to decide where you think the value is, or even what side you should be on.
Musk stays as CEO, but who should Tesla add to its board of directors?
Let's put it this way: Elon is throwing a victory party in Bel Air tonight. (Opinion)
Tesla is finding early success in its in-house body shop initiative, and that could have a big impact on total cost of ownership as the firm scales to more customers.
The Audi E-tron, Mercedes EQC and BMW iX3 are all coming for Tesla. Can the California automaker hold up?
Here's the big question: With Tesla on the brink of profitability, is it de-risked enough to bring in Apple or Alphabet?
Tesla is under real fire now.
Will Elon Musk be out as CEO? If so, look out below.
While all eyes are focused on Tesla's Model 3 ramp and Elon Musk's erratic behavior, rivals are unveiling compelling high-end electric cars.
Tesla stock is sliding and its bonds are tanking as the company's top accountant quits, raising questions about its finances. Late in the day, Elon Musk announced some management changes.
Tesla's Model 3 is dominating the electric vehicle sales market, thrusting Tesla to the top ranks of the EV world.
The big dogs are coming for Tesla. Can it hold up against a competitive onslaught?
Tesla reportedly missed the mark for its production goals, but that may not matter if it hits its quarterly targets.
Things are continuing to get less rosy for the electric car maker.
Hint: It's Tesla! Here are several auto charts you need to check out before you trade.
How much money is really at stake, and who will really have to cough it up?
Tesla's 20-day privatisation saga -- which has loped nearly 20% from the company's market value -- looks to have ended as founder and CEO Elon Musk says he's keeping the carmaker public.
Tesla is always a hot button topic on Wall Street. A new look at Tesla Model 3 quality by UBS raises some concerns.
Tesla stock is breaking below key levels, flashing a warning sign to bullish traders.
Tesla extends inventory financing agreements with Deutsche Bank for another year.
Tesla suppliers are worried about the company's finances, but none want to terminate their relationship with the company, according to a survey.
The electric vehicle maker's price target is slashed dramatically by JPMorgan.
Could Tesla still rally? It depends on who you ask. So TheStreet did just that.
Tesla is down 15% since Musk's take-private tweet.
Here are even more flaws with Musk's take-private proposal.
Meissner Associates, who's representing Tesla whistleblower Martin Tripp, are representing another Tesla whistleblower.
Analysts see 8,000 cars a week happening with minimal capital spend.
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