For the fourth-straight day the Nasdaq 100 is taking it on the chin and stock picking is tough, but this one has my attention.
Elon Musk did tell a judge in Delaware last month that he planned to reduce his time at Twitter and find someone else who could run the business.
Paying heed to the wrong stock advisers can be an extremely expensive practice, as Tesla currently demonstrates.
Let's check the charts of this electric vehicle maker to see why traders should swerve away from the long side of the stock.
The major indexes giving up big chunks of their early gains was a clear indication that traders still view this as a bear market; plus, a quick look at how to trade Tesla.
If Powell and company are thinking of pausing anytime soon, here's the signal that will have to be sent.
Shares of the EV company continue to go downhill and the brakes are not fully engaged.
As we look at Tesla China, we can only come to one conclusion: Estimates for deliveries will have to be reduced.
A solid consumer market and a strengthening economy suggest solid Thailand is set to outperform in 2023.
Graphite is an essential component of electric vehicle batteries and these two micro-cap stocks are maneuvering to satisfy demand for it.