-Rule number one in investing is “do not lose money.” Rule number two is “do not forget rule number one.” Tesla puts investors offside those rules.
-There are three very clear red flags that Tesla shareholders need to think very carefully about.
-If you are a Tesla shareholder please read through this with an open mind.
I’m going to ruffle a few feathers with this article. I’m certain of that.
That is why I’d like to make something clear up front, if you are a hardcore Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) or Elon Musk fan and shareholder I’d just like for you to read this with an open mind. Especially if you have lot of money invested in Tesla.
If you own shares in any company the most important research for you to expose yourself to is the bearish side of the story. Continually reading bullish material will serve only to reinforce your own opinions and not critically examine your investment.
If you’d like to discuss my views in the comment section I’ll be there. For full disclosure I have no long or short position in Tesla. I am completely unbiased. Reviewing this presentation is what opened my eyes to the risks Tesla shareholders are facing.
Electric Cars – Are Unquestionably A Huge Opportunity
There may be no bigger growth opportunity over the next three decades than the electric car. There is no doubt that 25 years from now there will be many multiples of electric cars on the road than there are today.
They are a viable transportation option today and with the rate that technology changes I literally can’t imagine how much better electric cars will be 20 years from now.
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