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Tesla Inc. Nasdaq Global Select
Open: $588.11 High: $596 Low: $587.2 Close: $594.44
Range: 2020-11-28 - 2020-11-30
Volume: 118,481
Market: Extended-hours
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Tesla Inc. 3500 Deer Creek Road Palo Alto CA, 94304
Tesla Inc is a vertically integrated sustainable energy company. It designs, develops, manufactures and sells high-performance fully electric vehicles and electric vehicle powertrain components.
  • CEO: Elon Musk
  • Employees: 37,543
  • Sector: Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry: Autos
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  • Tesla Gets China Go-Ahead To Sell Shanghai-Made Model Y EVs

    Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) has been granted permission by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to sell its Shanghai-made Model Y vehicles, Reuters reported Sunday.What Happened: The Elon Musk-led company can now sell its domestically-made sports utility vehicle in China, according to Reuters.The electric vehicle maker had applied for permission to sell Shanghai-made Model Y in November and currently sells its locally-produced Model 3 cars in China, as per Reuters. Why It Matters: Wedbush Securities analyst Daniel Ives said China could represent up to 40% of overall Tesla deliveries in 2022.The analyst predicts the company could double its sales in the country in the next few years. Ives also said that local EV players such as BYD Company Limited (OTC: BYDDF), Nio Inc (NYSE: NIO), Xpeng Inc (NYSE: XPEV), and Li Auto Inc (NASDAQ: LI) are also "firing on all cylinders."The automaker is investing $6.4 million in building a new charging-station factory in the country.In October, Tesla sold 13,000 vehicles in China. The company began delivering vehicles made at its Shanghai factory last December, noted Reuters.Price Action: Tesla shares closed nearly 2% higher at $585.76 on Friday and fell 0.17% in the after-hours session.Related Link: Tesla's China-Made Model Y Threatens Nio's Growing Dominance, Bloomberg Analysts SaySee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Tesla Owners Will Be Able To Remotely Access Autopilot Camera At Will With New Upgrade: Report * Tesla Faces Class Action Over Allegedly Covering Up Model S, X Suspension Defects(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • Tesla Owners Will Be Able To Remotely Access Autopilot Camera At Will With New Upgrade: Report

    Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) is planning a software upgrade to its in-vehicle sentry mode security system that would allow users access to a live stream from their vehicle's autopilot cameras at any moment, Electrek reported Saturday. What Happened: The update -- said to be version 11 -- is likely to arrive near the holidays, according to Electrek.Twitter user Green, who reports on developments surrounding code, said that it appears as if "there's going to be a livestreaming of car videos to the phone app."The code sleuth said that a single camera on the vehicle streams at up to 30 megabytes per minute, which according to the expert, would not take too much bandwidth for periodic checks of the camera's feed.In response to when the new feature might be released, Green said it seems to be in the "wings."> Well, the remote camera viewing seems to be in the wings, whenever they'll drop it in 2020.48 or if they'll postpone it again - I don't know.> > -- green (@greentheonly) November 27, 2020Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, hinted at a "hot" software feature release during the holidays on Twitter this month.Why It Matters: Users may have to pay for a premium data subscription due to high data usage involved in live streaming, Engadget reported. The sentry mode came in handy in capturing footage of thieves who stole an RV in September this year. On another occasion, the feature helped police in the recovery of a stolen Porsche, a vehicle made by a company owned by rival Volkswagen Group AG (OTC: VWAGY).Price Action: Tesla shares closed nearly 2% higher at $585.76 on Friday and fell 0.17% in the after-hours session.See more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Tesla Faces Class Action Over Allegedly Covering Up Model S, X Suspension Defects * Twitter To Start Handing Out Coveted Blue Checks Again Early Next Year(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • China grants Tesla green light to start selling Shanghai-made Model Y SUV

    Tesla Inc has obtained permission to start selling its Shanghai-made Model Y sports utility vehicle in China. Tesla, now sells its Model 3 electric cars in China and has been building new car manufacturing capacity in Shanghai to make its Model Y SUVs. It started delivering vehicles made in its Shanghai factory last December and sold more than 13,000 vehicles in China in October.

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  • Wall Street Braces As Tesla Addition To S&P 500 Could Put $100 Billion Into Play: WSJ

    Wall Street is bracing for Tesla Inc's (NASDAQ: TSLA) arrival to the S&P 500 Index on Dec. 18.What Happened: The addition of the California-based automaker is expected to create challenges because of the company's size, $555 billion, and volatility. Tesla's share price jumped 40% right after the S&P 500 announcement on Nov. 16, and the addition comes at a time of pandemic-related volatility, the Wall Street Journal reports. Tesla is the biggest company to ever join the index, and it'll be the sixth largest by market capitalization. Elon Musk's company might put $100 billion "in motion" when added, as funds try to sell other companies' stock to buy Tesla's, according to WSJ.To help ease the potential trading chaos, some Wall Street managers recommend splitting the addition "over two trading days," something that has never happened before, WSJ notes.Ben Inker, who manages asset allocation at investment manager GMO believes any unpreparedness might have consequences. "The people who will pay the price if S&P screws up are the investors in passive S&P," he says.Why It Matters: Tesla's addition to the S&P 500 also happens the same day the so-called "quadruple witching" takes place. Every last Friday of the quarter marks the day when futures and options expire at the same time, which increases the volume.This, investors say, might help with the liquidity that day but may also increase market volatility. Price Action: Tesla shares traded 0.17% lower at $584.77 in the after-hours markets on Friday.Photo courtesy of UnsplashSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Guggenheim Fund Mulls Investment in Grayscale Bitcoin Trust * Bloomberg Releases Its 2020 List Of Wealthiest Families In Asia(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • First Made-In-China Tesla Model 3s Reportedly Begin Arriving In Europe

    As Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) grows in popularity, it is building factories across the world to meet demand.Not too long ago all Tesla vehicles in the world came out of the Fremont factory in California. Now Tesla has ramped up production in Gigafactory Shanghai, and can use that factor to help supply vehicles in multiple parts of the world.Earlier this year, an anonymous source said Tesla would be exporting its made-in-China Model 3 vehicles. Now a story from Tesla fan site Tesmanian says about 3,500 Model 3s from China have made their way by ship to Europe.Tesmanian reports that Tesla China Vice President Grace Tao has confirmed that the Standard Range Plus vehicles arriving in Europe have the same LFP battery technology as other vehicles produced in China. Make sure to subscribe to our electric vehicle hub for all the latest EV news:'s Take: Manufacturing vehicles in China to export to Europe will help Tesla in several ways. The cars are being produced much closer to Europe, so shipping costs and time will be reduced.Tesla can now also use all of its Fremont factory capacity for North America, a market that still has more demand than Tesla can currently meet. Tesla is expected to finish its Gigafactory Berlin in 2021. Photo courtesy of TeslaSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Tesla To Spend .4M On New Supercharger Factory In China * Tesla Recalls Over 9K Model Xs, 400 Model Ys(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • 40% Of Tesla's Sales In 2022 Could Be In China: Wedbush Securities

    Wedbush Securities has issued another bullish report on electric vehicles and Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA).Growth Markets: The report makes the case for believing heavy growth is to come from Europe, the U.S. and, especially, China.Europe is more determined than ever to cut emissions.The incoming administration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden wants to make inroads in combating climate change. Wedbush says tax credits and other incentives are likely on the way.And demand in mainland China remains high. Wedbush predicts a doubling of EV sales there in the next few years and says that will greatly benefit Tesla."We believe China could represent up to 40% of overall deliveries for the EV leader Tesla in 2022," the Wedbush report says, pointing to Tesla's factory in Shanghai as a competitive advantage. The report also notes that domestic players BYD Ord Shs H (OTC: BYDDF), Nio Inc (NYSE: NIO), Xpeng Inc (NYSE: XPEV) and Li Auto Inc. (NASDAQ: LI) are also "firing on all cylinders."Charging Ahead: The report comes as Tesla has announced it is investing $6.4 million to build a new charging-station factory in China.Shanghai Gigafactory photo courtesy of Tesla.Latest Ratings for TSLA DateFirmActionFromTo Nov 2020WedbushMaintainsNeutral Nov 2020Morgan StanleyUpgradesEqual-WeightOverweight Nov 2020B of A SecuritiesMaintainsNeutral View More Analyst Ratings for TSLA View the Latest Analyst RatingsSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * One To Watch: Competitor To Tesla's Ultracapacitor Company Raises M After Hinting At IPO * Short Sellers Are Giving Up Amid COVID Bull Market: Bloomberg(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • Tesla To Spend $6.4M On New Supercharger Factory In China

    Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) is investing in another factory to build one of its most important products.Reuters reports that Tesla China will invest $6.4 million in a new factory to produce up to 10,000 new Superchargers per year to serve the domestic market.Superchargers allow customers to charge their electric vehicles quickly, and Tesla aims to have enough of them distributed so customer can worry less about facing range problems.Benzinga's Take: As Tesla sells more vehicles, and China continues to subsidize EVs, chargers will be critical for meeting demand. Tesla has more than 180 Supercharger stations in China. Tesla's global charging network has over 20,000 Supercharging stalls. Stay On Top Of Our EV Coverage: You can sign up to get all of our latest EV news at our electric vehicle hub.Gary Anglebrandt contributed to this report.Photo courtesy of TeslaSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Tesla Recalls Over 9K Model Xs, 400 Model Ys * New Battery Cells Could Give Tesla Semi More Than 600 Miles Of Range(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • Barron's Picks And Pans This Week: Apple, Ford, Royal Dutch Shell, Tesla And A Hair Salon Chain

    This weekend's Barron's cover story discusses whether Ford can be fixed and its stock can double. * Other featured articles examine the bull case for Tesla in the S&P 500, some global recovery plays and how badly the pandemic has hurt real estate investment trusts. * Also, the prospects for a salon operator, automaker dividends, Apple notebooks and more.Cover story "Ford Can Be Fixed. Why Its Stock Could Double" by Al Root points out that Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), the fifth-largest automaker in the world, has been among the worst-performing auto stocks during the past five years. See why Barron's believes its new chief executive officer could help fix the company and send its share price much higher.Leslie P. Norton's "Pandemic or Not, a House Needs a Deck. That's Good News for Azek" shows why Azek Company Inc (NYSE: AZEK), the number two maker of composite wood decking, is growing fast after its June initial public offering. As recycling rises and composite costs fall, says the article, the company anticipates steady growth.In "Supercuts Owner Regis Is a Postpandemic Play With Style," Nicholas Jasinski makes the case that a transition to a franchise model makes small-cap hair salon operator Regis Corporation (NYSE: RGS) stock a buy. Haircuts cannot be sold online and delivered in a box, and investors are looking ahead to when life and business may resemble normality again.As 2021 approaches and with strong third-quarter results in their rearview mirrors, General Motors Company (NYSE: GM), Ford and other automakers appear to be on their way to restoring their dividends. So says "Improving Cash Flows Put GM and Ford Dividends in Line for Restoration" by Lawrence C. Strauss.In Alex Eule's "Apple's New MacBooks Have Delighted Critics. Investors Should Care, Too," see why Barron's thinks that while Macs represent just 10% of the total sales at Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL), the business is once again important to the consumer electronics giant's future."Tesla Storms the S&P 500. Here's the Bull Case" by Jack Hough discusses why Elon Musk's electric-vehicle maker continues its amazing rise, yet the value of Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) is now so high that car-making profits alone might not be enough, even looking out a decade and assuming massive market-share gains.See also: Benzinga's Bulls And Bears Of The Week: AstraZeneca, Disney, Ford, GE, Roku And MoreThe consumer-discretionary sector has gained almost 30% in 2020, making it the second-best performer this year, behind only tech, according to Ben Levisohn's "Tesla Is About to Upend This Sector. What Investors Should Do Now." Discover why Barron's believes that the sector is about to get a whole lot riskier, as well as how investors may want to play it.In "Three Stocks to Buy as COVID Lockdowns Ease," Bill Alpert looks at the claim that global recovery plays like Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (NYSE: BUD) and Royal Dutch Shell plc (NYSE: RDS-A) are reasonably priced, as investors look ahead to a post-pandemic world. See what else made the cut.Lawrence C. Strauss's "REITs Have Been Hit Hard by COVID-19. The Impact Could Last for Years" says that COVID-19 has caused the most long-term damage to the value of real estate investment trusts focused on malls and office space. But what about the likes of American Tower Corp (NYSE: AMT) and Prologis Inc (NYSE: PLD)?Also in this week's Barron's: * Questions for the most powerful woman in tech * How much Joe Biden can actually change tax policy * Five tax moves to consider for an unusual year * Why taxable muni bonds are tempting * Whether companies that fail to measure corporate impact will be left behind * How emerging markets could benefit from COVID-19 vaccines * Whether Millennials or Baby Boomers are fueling latest stock rally * A review of the career of Janet Yellen * Whether the Bitcoin rally still has legs * A memory-loss trap to avoid in retirementAt the time of this writing, the author had no position in the mentioned equities.Keep up with all the latest breaking news and trading ideas by following Benzinga on Twitter.Photo by Delbeautybox from PexelsSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * Notable Insider Buys in the Past Week: Biglari, Coty, Danaher, Foot Locker And More * Benzinga's Bulls And Bears Of The Week: AstraZeneca, Disney, Ford, GE, Roku And More(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • One To Watch: Competitor To Tesla's Ultracapacitor Company Raises $48M After Hinting At IPO

    Skeleton Technologies is not a publicly traded company, but it's one to keep an eye on as it traverses territory partly claimed by Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA).Next-Gen Battery Business: The Estonian maker of ultracapacitors, also called supercapacitors, completed a Series D round of funding this month, raising $48.1 million. It raised a combined $38.7 million in earlier rounds. The company was founded in 2009 and counts the European Investment Bank among its investors.The company's website lists as competitors: St. Louis-based EaglePicher Technologies; Pennsylvania-based C&D Technologies; Germany-based IBC Solar; and, tantalizingly, Maxwell Technologies, which was bought by Tesla in 2019.Maxwell also makes ultracapacitors, which hold the promise of delivering much greater energy density than batteries. This translates into longer driving ranges and faster charging times for electric vehicles.Skeleton announced in October it had struck a deal with Wrightbus, a Northern Irish maker of buses power by hydrogen fuel cells.In September, it announced that it is working with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany to develop a "SuperBattery." The company says this will use a "curved" form of the wonder-material graphene to combine the fast-charging qualities of supercapacitors with the storage capacity of batteries.IPO Hints: When the company hired Wolfgang Breme as its new CFO last year, it touted the executive's IPO experience:"His extensive experience at Aixtron, a TecDAXcompany with a market cap north of 1 billion euros, is an asset to Skeleton Technologies, with the rapidly growing ultracapacitor market providing an opportunity for a public listing in three to five years' time."Alternately, Maxwell's experience with Tesla raises the possibility that Skeleton could be acquisition target of an EV maker as well.Photo courtesy Skeleton TechnologiesSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * New PlayStation No-Nos: Profane Tweets, Rogue PS Plus Collection Deals, Scammer eBay Photos * Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh Dies At 46(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • How To Invest Like David Einhorn

    David Einhorn is well known in the financial markets as an activist investor and notable short seller.Einhorn is public with his positions and not afraid to pressure companies to make changes to improve shareholder returns.Long-Short Method: The usual way to invest like Einhorn is to use the long-short equity method.Einhorn is a firm believer in taking long positions of companies he believes are undervalued and shorting shares of companies he thinks are overvalued or have accounting issues.He looks at a company's intrinsic value in seeking to achieve constant returns.Bet Against Lehman: One of Einhorn's most famous bets was against investment bank Lehman Brothers in the lead-up to the 2008 crash.He openly questioned the balance sheet of Lehman Brothers and took a short position against the company.When Einhorn began making public comments against Lehman, the company's shares were at $65. Their fall ended with bankruptcy.Related Link: Musk Vs. Einhorn: Tesla CEO Offers Hedge Fund Manager A Pair Of Short ShortsNotable Tesla Bear: Einhorn isn't afraid to publicly bet against any company, including one with a large cult following: Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA).Einhorn accused Tesla of being a fraud, focusing on the company's acquisition of SolarCity.The most recent third-quarter report from Einhorn's Greenlight Capital showed its performance was hurt by the Tesla short position.Einhorn said that Tesla mania was the reason to blame for the poor quarter's results.Tesla CEO Elon Musk has publicly called out Einhorn for his short call, offering him an ironic gift of a pair of shorts and inviting him to the Tesla headquarters.Einhorn has said he has no intention of removing his short position.Strong Returns Until Recently: Greenlight Capital saw average annual returns of 16.5% from 1996 through 2018. The fund averaged annual returns of 29% from 1996 through 2006.Einhorn has made several big calls that have not gone well and dragged down overall performance.Not Afraid of Large Companies: Einhorn is not afraid to take on large companies.Besides Lehman and Tesla, over the years he has also pressured Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) and General Motors (NYSE: GM), publicly calling for changes to their board of directors or payouts.Image credit: PokerListings, YouTubeSee more from Benzinga * Click here for options trades from Benzinga * 3 Dividend Gold Stocks * Sports Betting ETF Co-Founder Talks SPACs, Undervalued Foreign Exchange Plays(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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