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Today Tesla's shares are down by another -$10/share. Here are some more Tesla questions/observations I have: * Who is paying for this trip to nowhere, down "going private" road? My guess is that the legal and investment banking bills will come to $2...
Tesla's reported parlay with the $250 billion Saudi fund threatens to push out the little guy.
Markets rose on Tuesday, bouncing back from a dismal session on Monday.
Who picked members of the special committee that will review his proposal?
Who picked members of the special committee that will review his take-private proposal?
When the direction of stock prices gets controlled by discussions in the boardroom the price discovery mechanism of the marketplace goes away.
CEO's latest tweet might reveal more than he realizes.
Skeptics of Musk's go-private chatter should realize that any potential government inquiry into what he has said would talk a long time.
It is reasonably clear that Elon Musk did not have secured financing as he suggested in his tweet. After all, if the financing was secure why did he have to continue to have discussions with potential investors, as he is now doing? It was apparently...
David Butler highlights why Tencent Holdings stands out, despite China risks.
Tesla is either going to be one of the great business stories of the century or one of the biggest flops.
Data center sales trends, gaming GPU commentary and spending growth are among the things to watch as Nvidia reports.
Dropbox shares' fallout after second-quarter earnings represents more evidence to me that investor sentiment is shifting to value plays.
Based on Morgan Stanley's latest model estimates, Tesla is estimated to report 2020 pretax profits of around $350 million. Tesla has 190 million fully diluted shares. At $420/share that's approximately $80 billion, which, along with $10 billion of e...
This has put downward pressure on Turkish sovereign debt.
* Elon Musk's Tesla Tweet is symptomatic of a point in time in which social media has collided with a ridiculously over priced tech stock * The Tweet and the ensuing "going private" fiasco may be the making of a market top that has some historical p...
Every asset has its price, but to think that Tesla's fair value is 25x 2019 EBITDA is so far-fetched as to be unbelievable.
Elon Musk has to step up and decide what to do with Tesla. Roku is on fire. Markets look for direction.
* The markets are likely headed for a FANG - Over "Turn up the good, turn down the suck!" - Dean Murdoch, FUBAR (The Movie) The word Fubar originated as slang in the U.S. Army in World War II, presumable from the word foo, possibly influenced by the...
iQIYI and Roku may offer some choice opportunities.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
For a market so close to all-time highs there are a surprising number of stocks hitting new 12-month lows.
Elon Musk's plan to take Tesla private may not be so crazy after all.
Sometimes you gotta have faith, but you also have to be a little more skeptical.
The shorts want the SEC to investigate Elon Musk's tweet, which said he was considering taking Tesla private, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
One trade is if you believe in Musk, the other if you think things will fall apart.
Cornell Law Professor Robert Hockett thinks Elon Musk's Tuesday tweet, which said that he was considering taking Tesla private, is legal, but may still spark an SEC inquiry.
Speaking of Tesla (as everyone seems to be doing today!)... If, as claimed by the company, talks to take Tesla private were discussed at the Board level last week and if, as Elon Musk suggested in a Tweet on Tuesday that the "funding has been secure...
Dillard's (+$4) is getting jiggy on vague takeover rumors (drafting from the Tesla news?). DDS was placed on my Best Ideas List at $50 in June, 2017. The shares are currently at $86/share. I am a sub $78 buyer.