Tesla to cut thousands of jobs as Elon Musk warns the ‘road ahead is very difficult’

Hoid

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So what's Tesla up to these days?

About $1200 a share.

Tesla now more valuable than Exxon.

Also more valuable than Toyota who outsell them 100-1.

What a world we live in.
 

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Tesla closes at $1371 and is up to $1430 after hours

It was at $302 when this thread was started

So its up 427% during the time this thread has been going.

Obviously most of the people who have been commenting on this thread no longer have much to say.
 

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Tesla closes at $1371 and is up to $1430 after hours

It was at $302 when this thread was started

So its up 427% during the time this thread has been going.

Obviously most of the people who have been commenting on this thread no longer have much to say.
How much are you up ? Did you put any money where your mouth is ?
 

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Tesla closes at $1371 and is up to $1430 after hours
It was at $302 when this thread was started
So its up 427% during the time this thread has been going.
Obviously most of the people who have been commenting on this thread no longer have much to say.
So how much are dividends this quarter?
 

Hoid

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On April 1 TSLA was $481

This morning TSLA is $1400

TSLA is up about 291% this quarter.

I believe the highest paying blue chip divvie is a little less than 2% a quarter

Best of luck with your portfolio.
 

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You go ahead and buy Tesla shares right now at 700 and see how much growth their is after the next earning report. Why do you think Musk is pushing for an end to Covid restrictions?
Energy stocks pay dividends and will grow after this thing is over.
Have a nice day.
Well here you go.

Here is the other other half of Taxslave/Avro Investment Inc.

100% growth over a couple of months is no match for that steady 1%-2% per month in divvies!

Great minds...
 

Hoid

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You would only get rich if you bought when the price was under $100 and dumped them when they hit $900. And you would have had to have had a lot of shares to get rich.. especially when there is no dividend.
$1400 is not the top of the mark for Tesla.

It's still not too late.
 

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Well here you go.

Here is the other other half of Taxslave/Avro Investment Inc.

100% growth over a couple of months is no match for that steady 1%-2% per month in divvies!

Great minds...


Of course if one really had a great mind one would have bought some shares oneself rather than just prattle about it on a message board. But nobody will ever accuse you of having a great mind.
 

Hoid

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Of course if one really had a great mind one would have bought some shares oneself rather than just prattle about it on a message board. But nobody will ever accuse you of having a great mind.
Tesla, Inc. (TSLA)

1,389.86+18.28 (+1.33%)
At close: July 7 4:00PM EDT
1,399.50 +9.64 (0.69%)
Before hours: 9:16AM EDT
 

Hoid

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So still just a speculative buy then. What is the dividend this quarter?
Its the same as google amazon I think.

BTW - trying to create a stock portfolio that does not include growth stocks is poor financial management. Get mutual funds. You are who mutual funds were created for.
 

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Its the same as google amazon I think.
BTW - trying to create a stock portfolio that does not include growth stocks is poor financial management. Get mutual funds. You are who mutual funds were created for.
I have mutual funds. Mutual funds can also include growth stocks and most of mine have done quite well. Partly because I am too busy to look after speculative stocks and I don't believe that is something one should let others look after for you. Currently the dividend funds are doing better than the growth funds.
 

Hoid

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Tesla is up about 500% in the past year.

I can see why you want to stay away from that.