WetEV wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 04, 2020 7:43 am
GaleHawkins wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 04, 2020 7:29 am
Tesla is not a car company. Look at the cars as no more than computer cases to sell technology needed to get to Mars and live on Mars.
Thinking of SpaceX?
Tesla is mostly a car company, and its future depends on domination of the car market, at least in the USA. Outside the USA, Tesla will need to compete, and will be less profitable.
Actually I was thinking about you painting the lens of your internet glasses black?
Musk's goal to remove the need for fossil fuels as much as possible is what drives him and therefore his many industries.
Have you seen the plans for the Tesla Semi on Mars? Solar power is the main power source in space. How many tankers of gas and diesel have been sent by rockets to the International Space Station?
The Tesla car is leading to better battery packs for space and more efficiency of electric motors that are be used on Mars.
As of today Tesla has no competition that has beat the range of their 2012 Model S car. VW wants to compete against Tesla and are following Musk's lead on how to build car plants using machines to build the machines.
Have you looked at Tesla's plans to change aviation with planned electric planes that need no airports that take up so much land and uses so much fossil fuel.
If Tesla's stock makes it to $1200 a share this month a 50% retracement back to $400 would be expected but that will still leave it at $800.
Have you read Ashlee Vance's 2015 book about Elon Musk and what makes him tick? Consider reading it so you sound more informed on the subject of this thread. It is NOT money that dives Musk except he knows he needs money if he wants to live and die on Mars.