Hi everybody, I literally just walked out of a brokerage firm after opening my first ever investment account. I'm 25 years old. I've come into a little bit of money recently ($25k), and will be coming into more ($70-80k) in the next two months or so. I have no money invested anywhere except a worthless savings account, and I'm looking to change that as early as the next market open. The reason I'm here is because, with that money I've come into, in 2 years time, I intend to purchase a Tesla Model 3 to replace my current ICE that will have, by then, well over 100k miles on it. Beyond the obvious reasons a Tesla is a great car, living in California, I think it is also a sound investment in my future - though obviously not one with lucrative benefits. All that said, I've spent more time than I care to admit recently on these forums and researching Tesla in general. The company as a whole has lofty goals and, if successful, will change the world. For me, the idea of investing in $TSLA started with the thought that I could do so with some portion of the money I intend to put toward the car and allow my success or failure in 2 years to determine how much I spend on my Model 3. Beyond that cute little idea, however, I've come to consider it as both a short- and long-term investment idea. From there, I have two questions for those of you experienced in the realm of investing and dealing with $TSLA specifically: 1. Is now a good time? I've spent plenty of time researching Tesla, but the focus hasn't been on financial success as much as infrastructure and product plans. I'd love some recommendations on where to look to help educate myself on Tesla's financial standing and expectations for the future. 2. How much should I invest? Again, I'll have come into a little over $100k by the end of spring, 7-10 times what I had saved on my own. Whether I keep the shares for years to come because Tesla takes off, or whether I sell all of them off in 2 years and use what's left to buy the car I want, I have very little concept of what proportion of my money into one stock would be considered a good investment. I've loosely thrown around the idea of investing the rest in mutual funds, or maybe one or two other specific stocks as well, to create a more reliable investment, but I admittedly have very little idea what I'm doing. I appreciate whatever advice or dialogue anyone has to offer. I'm a very bright individual with a great job who has done quite well for myself to this point. I've just yet to take the time to learn about and involve myself in really investing money, and I thought this would be a great place to look for guidance. Thanks.