Credit Suisse Thinks Tesla Stock (TSLA) Price Should Go $108 Higher

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Like I just said, we’re cutting back on reposts drastically to focus more on original content, so I highly encourage you to check out the stories I share in more-regular “cleantech link drops.” Still, there are some big stories there that I wouldn’t want anyone to miss. This weekend at least, I’m running a reposting marathon to catch you up. Below is another big story regarding Credit Suisse’s take on Tesla and its target stock price. Enjoy this short but important EV Obsession repost (and note that I am not long or short TSLA right now):

Ah, long gone are the days when when a bullish Tesla target stock price = $100. With Tesla (TSLA) stock now at $203.77, and holding fairly steady in that area, bullish analysts aim a lot higher. Credit Suisse has stated that its Tesla target stock price over the next 18 months to 2 years is actually $325.

tesla stockCredit Suisse isn’t the only big investment player that is very bullish on Tesla. Adam Jonas, Morgan Stanley’s lead auto analyst, recently made strong statements in favor of Tesla (following its recent conference call) and said they were all in.

Tesla’s stock value isn’t just about its leadership in the fast-growing and potentially disruptive electric car market. It’s also about its Gigafactory — which has the potential to serve huge home storage, commercial storage, and grid storage markets — and the software side of cars, where Tesla is seemingly leading the market and making cars more like computers than big auto manufacturers.

But don’t discount the electric vehicle side of things. Based on the many benefits of electric cars, and their quickly declining costs, I’m convinced they will very quickly and surprisingly (to most) disrupt the market and become the main type of car sold. If that happens, it seems that no company is better positioned to lead the way and dominate that market. With a market that is about $1 trillion worldwide today, and growing, that’s big.

So, whether you look at it as a disruptive auto company, an energy storage company, a software company, or all of the above, Tesla looks like it’s set for success. Are you ready to put some money in?

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15 thoughts on “Credit Suisse Thinks Tesla Stock (TSLA) Price Should Go $108 Higher

  • Shorts are screwed.

  • 7 Tesla articles today, are you sure that’s enough?

    • The seven Tesla articles, the name of the Tesla Company itself, Elon Musk’s career, all the hype on the internet — It’s all part of an elaborate scheme to lure out Thomas Edison and his illegal chrono travel device. Did you know that Edison has messed with the time line so much there is no longer a 300 foot statue of Nikola Tesla towing over the town of Smiljan in Croatia? And Australians don’t even say, “By Tesla’s Tassellating Tesseract!” as an expression of surprise anymore. Not only are there are no cities on mars now, but no one has actually been there yet.

    • Popping on this morning, I noticed that all 7 of our top stories are about Tesla. 😀

      1- Tesla’s making news. Tesla’s doing things.

      2- People are interested in what Tesla’s doing.

      3- I mean, look at what Credit Suisse & Morgan Stanley are saying. Tesla is looking to disrupt some of the biggest markets in the world. We’ll see…

      • I understood why. My question was is it enough. Is 7 the record?

      • Tesla stock is down 4% today. I would be more concerned about what Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley are doing rather than saying. The fact is that Tesla has never and never looked like making a consistent profit. Competition is increasing ( BMW I8), and there is no guarantee that the gigafactory will deliver massive profits. Panasonic have got the patents and are putting a lot of money in, so I would imagine would be getting much of any profit out. Sure Tesla might be a great car, but I don’t think that means its a great investment. In fact it looks like a massive bubble, which sooner or later will burst providing shareholders with massive losses.

      • Did you see the comment above?
        Is that language appropriate for this website?

        • muffin did your feelings get hurt?

    • No we want moar!!

      • That’s why I asked.

        • That’s why I answered.

    • Would someone please write Joseph an app that blocks all articles mentioning Tesla? They hurt his fee-fees.

      • Making personal attacks, really.

      • Can you write it for me as well? This uncritical Tesla worship is getting on my nerves.

  • Have you driven the car? Tesla P185+ is amazing and until you have been lucky enough to test drive one don’t comment ! Really I have and it is truly AWSOME !

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