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Retail investors had 'de minimis' impact on latest rally, BMO's Belski says

If you look at the stocks retail investors were buying, it's clear that their impact on the greater market rally was "de minimis," BMO equity strategist Brian Belski said on CNBC's the Exchange today.He notes that perhaps some of the extra participation in the market can be attributed to many...

Seeking Alpha | September 16, 2020

Tesla's D&O Insurance Fiasco

I’m looking forward to Battery Day. But not for the same reasons most people are. I am, at best, only mildly interested in what Tesla (TSLA) will claim as advancements on the battery front. The questions will be: When will these breakthroughs be commercially available? What will they cost? Will...

Montana Skeptic on Seeking Alpha | September 16, 2020

Tesla slips after GM ramps up EV plans

Tesla (TSLA) is down 1.33% in premarket trading with GM's plan to build its own EV drive systems taking just a bit of the charge out of the upcoming Battery Day focus. Still, two sell-side firms have checked in this morning with notable price target boosts. Deutsche Bank lifts its...

Seeking Alpha | September 16, 2020

Tesla (TSLA) Dips More Than Broader Markets: What You Should Know

In the latest trading session, Tesla (TSLA) closed at $441.76, marking a -1.78% move from the previous day.

Yahoo | September 16, 2020

In Snowflake's Wake, Unity Preps a Unique Debut

"No, higher," Elon Musk told investment bankers ahead of Tesla's (NASDAQ: TSLA) IPO in 2010, balking at the $15 offering price that they recommended. Most company executives defer to the bankers that they've hired when it comes to valuation matters, but Musk needed as much capital as possible to fund the electric-car maker's burgeoning operations. The eccentric billionaire insisted on an offering price of $17, threatening to call off the deal unless he got his way -- and won.

Yahoo | September 16, 2020

Tesla Inc. stock underperforms Wednesday when compared to competitors

COMPANY CLOSE UPDATES Terrence Horan Shares of Tesla Inc. TSLA slid 1.78% to $441.76 Wednesday, on what proved to be an all-around mixed trading session for the stock market, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA rising 0.

Yahoo | September 16, 2020

GM's Electric Car Unit Eyes Self-Sufficiency Amid Spinoff Hopes

General Motors unveiled new interchangeable drive units and motors that will power its upcoming electric vehicles.

Yahoo | September 16, 2020

GM Unveils More Electric-Vehicle Technology. Here’s What That Means.

General Motors unveiled its “Ultium Drive” on Wednesday. It sounds high-tech, but it isn’t science fiction.

Yahoo | September 16, 2020

Tesla Stock Could Be Worth $100 Billion More Thanks to One Thing: Batteries

Credit Suisse analyst Dan Levy increased his price target for Tesla stock to $400 from $280. That’s a 40% increase—and it works out to more than $100 billion in additional market value.

Yahoo | September 16, 2020

Musk Says European Tesla Hardware 3 Retrofits 'Happening Soon'

To achieve the Full Self Driving goal, Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) developed its own computer chip in house. The Hardware 3 or Full Self Driving computer is much more powerful than anything else on the market designed for self driving.To ensure as many customers as possible have the latest hardware, Tesla will retrofit any vehicles for owners that purchased the Full Self Driving software and have older hardware 2.0 or 2.5.While retrofits have been going on in the U.S. for a while, Europeans are still waiting. But now Elon Musk says Europeans hopefully won't have to wait much longer.> Should be happening soon> > -- Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 16, 2020Most U.S. owners are up to date and all cars sold today have the Full Self Driving computer already installed, whether the o...

Yahoo | September 16, 2020

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