Do not count on TSLA pulling back to fill any of the price gap.
TSLA topped $300 on Wednesday morning after releasing strong 3Q earnings that showed a cash position of $5 billion.
The world's fastest-growing major nation has suddenly seen growth lurch lower. That's putting households, farmers and companies off big-ticket purchases such as vehicles.
The ride-hailing leader still has a lot of room to grow, and is starting to see a better U.S. pricing environment. But its cash burn remains substantial, and it's losing some U.S. share to Lyft.
Let's hook the electric charger up to the charts and take a look.
In addition to Telsa's deliveries, Wall Street is paying close attention to the company's margins and cash flows, as the reaction to its July earnings report drove home.
Be cautious about 'getting in the zone.'
Car sales are sliding in China and plummeting in India, which is putting pressure on automakers that sell in those markets.
Charts that look at a longer time frame offer bullish signals for the shares of the online car retailer.
Nvidia's second-quarter profits were well below its year-ago earnings but were nicely ahead of analyst expectations.