Since I've grown sick and tired of the fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) continually appearing in the media about Tesla Motors or Elon himself, I'd like to suggest to collect and track FUD and related authors in a dedicated thread. In the short term, the thread could provide for a collecting basin of posts related to FUD articles, commentaries, videos. In the longer term this basin would also allow for cross-country comparison of FUD occurences and tactics and a potential impact on Tesla sales and popularity in different national markets across the globe. It would also allow for a quicker identification of authors who either "don't get Tesla" or simply tend to spread FUD around. I'll start with a commentary/column published today by German weekly news magazine "Stern" (which is one of the biggest news magazines in Germany). Title: The miracle firm is running out of juice Abstract: Tesla and Elon Musk have had a fantastic start. But now, during day-to-day business important investors don't want to follow any longer. They do not trust the visions and cash on. Published: October 28th, 2014 Link: Tesla: Elon Musk springen die Investoren ab - Auto | STERN.DE Author: Frank Janßen Verdict: clearly spreading FUD about Tesla (Daimler & Toyota portrayed as "important investors", The "Model D" was "just an S with AWD", S was a toy for the super-rich, S buyers would get it only as "a fourth car" after they had got "a Mercedes, a Lambo and a Porsche Cayenne in their garage", Edmunds.com had found "numerous defects", S had a disappointing "half of the claimed range" "under normal conditions") If you find FUD like this, please fill in in a similar fashion, if possible/convenient. That would allow for a big FUD table in the long term.