I'm more of a buy and hold investor. Currently just investing via WealthFront ETF funds with a risk ratio of 7 / 10 (not sure if there are any WealthFront investors here). In any case I currently am focused on maxing out my business SEP IRA, but because I live on a lot less than my income I'd like to do more individual stock investing as well. Clearly I missed the boat at buying TSLA when it was under $50, $100 etc but I'm curious if anyone is buying TSLA now at ~$200 a share for long term holding? There are a lot of things that need to continue to go well for Tesla such as Model X (ideally getting reviews as great as the S did), gigafactories and then their roll out of a mass market vehicle. My question: Do you think that the stock is already trading at a valuation that factors in the assumption that everything will go well? e.g. Model X, mass market etc Will we see Tesla at $400 in 2 years if all goes well I wonder?