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Morgan Stanley: Pay Attention to “The Melting of the ICE Cube”

August 16th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor

If you’re looking for confirmation that the internal combustion engine (ICE) is in jeopardy, ask Wall Street. Shares in electric vehicle maker Tesla are soaring, as the company prepares for a 5-for-1 stock split and possible inclusion in the S&P 500 stock index


Tesla Forges Ahead As Covid-19 Hits & The EV Landscape Shifts

June 1st, 2020 | by Matt Pressman

Tesla's Fremont factory is open. The Model Y SUV is being delivered en masse to customers. And the Silicon Valley automaker is investing heavily in its German Gigafactory and pending US Terafactory (location TBD). Tesla's Cybertruck is being prioritized and pulled forward while the company's Semi truck and Roadster launch is slated (soon after) to follow


Wall Street Analyst: Tesla “One of the Most Dynamic Technology Innovators over the Last 30 Years”

December 29th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

Tesla is a polarizing stock on Wall Street. There are plenty of bulls and bears that work hard to make their case. However, there's a new Wall Street analyst covering Tesla [NASDAQ: TSLA] who's enthusiastic about the company's potential but warns of great volatility ahead. According to CNBC, "Wedbush Securities began coverage of Tesla shares on [December 14] with an outperform rating."


Investment Firm Newly Covering Tesla: “One of the most dynamic technology innovators over the last 30 years”

December 15th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

Wedbush Securities started covering Tesla stock last week. It's coverage led off with this comment from analyst Daniel Ives: "Tesla has evolved into one of the most dynamic technology innovators over the last 30 years and, in our opinion, has put itself into an esteemed category of companies such as Apple and Amazon that have revolutionized consumer buying habits and behaviors over the last decade."



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