I have never driven a Tesla but have absolutely no doubt that it is a superfine machine and is worth every penny the owner paid for it. However, when it comes to valuation of stock I lose my mind. Why would the public pay so much for something that has absolutely no comparative basis to deserve it. I realize that there are a bunch of insane analysts who, for one motive or another, try to promote the stock. I have not yet seen any justification to value the stock at this current level let alone the analyst's lofty projection. Here is where I am at a loss. Tesla has produced a product that is extremely well received by a small portion of the population that can afford it. I'm going to assume that the profit margin for this line of production and its associated consumer is extremely high. Significantly better than the margin of Lexus, Mecedes Benz, BMW and all the other luxury cars. Where I lose my mind with comments from the so called experienced analysts and experts who promote the stock is their assumption that Tesla can maintain the same margin when it starts mass production for all classes of consumers.