Not sure how many here know Pierre Ferragu. He's one of the top stock analysts out there. He was on Rob's podcast once and is bullish on TSLA.
If you don't know who @FrankSG is, shame on you.
Both of them feel Tesla's growth in 2021 will be closer to 100% than 50% (which is obvious IMO). Frank goes a step further and says if the over/under is 100%, he'll take the over. I'm with him. In fact, I think there is a decent chance 2021 & 2022 both show ~100% growth.
I don't think Giga Texas is that far behind. (Especially if you count that Giga Berlin doesn't even have permits yet.) For example they are already installing an IDRA casting machine in Giga Texas, but not in Giga Berlin. (But Giga Berlin has started installing the paint shop where Giga Texas is still build the building shell for the paint shop.)
Giga Texas is also working longer hours and more days per week; so they will catch up and possibly pass Giga Berlin. (For example they have started on the 4680 plant where Giga Berlin has not.) Of course Elon said they are currently in the process of preparing the equipment supply list to order the machine necessary for 4680 production, so they may get the equipment at about the same time. (Depending on where it is sourced from and how quickly the machines can be built and shipped.)
The actual mechanics of the market's functions, including market making, clearing houses, broker-dealers, and the like are extremely opaque and complex. There are also shadow markets, like the infamous dark pools which connect to the public markets but do not openly share information. I don't think anyone has ever actually tested a doomsday scenario where there are mathematically not enough shares to buy, because supposedly the SEC enforces market regulations and there's no way you can short sell a stock more than 100% of the float. So where it really starts is with the toothless regulatory capture market non-regulator called the SEC who allowed the shares of a company's stock to be sold short to 138% of the float. This is so unbelievably stupid that it's actually hard to fathom. Since the SEC only enforces important things like Elon Musk's Twitter account, they allowed this potential market catastrophe to happen right under their noses.
What are the chances of WSB getting onto TSLA? Still more than a bit squeezy - 7% shorts plus most of the benchmarks. Does anyone have the latest benchmark figures?
No because they are using amd hardware, which is exactly what's in the game consoles. Also Tesla already sells one, call the model S/x. Game consoles are low margin trash where the developers make their money back on the back of game developers and app store. There's a reason a 500 dollar xbox has the power of a 800 dollar pc. Microsoft is losing money on every console they sell.So given Tesla has basically built an entertainment system that matches the playstion 5 in specs and a cloud gaming platform anyone think they might start selling home consoles? I mean it sounds like they've built all the pieces already, all they need is a plastic shell to throw on what is going in the car so you can put it on their shelf.
Am Gen-X. Can confirm love of yoke and if Elon adds cycling red horizontal light to front of car nose and voice-enabled smartwatch app, I will not be able to resist placing an order.
You are kinda making my point for me. Everyone keeps talking about the tesla app store. Why would you buy witcher 3 to only play in your car?
I'm actually kinda confused on what you're suggesting and I work in the videogame/PC industry. The gaming "rig" in the new Model S/X is just a PC. All developers have to do is port their games over to the hardware config on the Tesla's.
GM pledges to end tailpipe emissions, become carbon neutral by 2040
“Where it is not possible to remove emissions in its products and operations in the next 20 years, the automaker said it will compensate by using carbon credits, or a permit that allows GM to emit a certain amount of emissions.
GM plans to introduce 30 new electric vehicles by 2025, and spend $27 billion on electric and autonomous technologies to get there — even as it runs many North American assembly plants hard, churning out gas-powered pickups and SUVs to fatten its top and bottom lines.
GM also is building up its hydrogen fuel cell technology and recently formed a partnership with trucking manufacturer Navistar Inc. to build trucks with its hydrogen fuel cells. “
Just shoot me.
You can't create RH accounts from thin air... Find someone to loan you an account so you can close it on their behalf. Rinse and repeat until you have forgotten what you were using Schwab for in the first place.But I've always had Schwab. Should I create a Robinhood account just so I can close it tomorrow?