Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) appears to be a realistic solution for electric car maker Tesla. After meeting a perfect storm of lower-than-expected Q1 numbers, negative analyst sentiment, and concerns about it's drove its nearly 3-year lows, Tesla ended Tuesday in a commanding fashion, up 8% and trading at $ 193.60.
Tuesday's rally allowed Tesla to recover over $ 2 billion of its market cap, which has now been released at its first-quarter production and delivery reports. It should be noted that despite its massive 8% rally on Tuesday, Tesla stock has dropped almost 42% in 2019, placing it as the worst performer in the Nasdaq 100. Nevertheless, the company's surprise rally on Tuesday does suggest that it might be far too early to dismiss Tesla just yet.
InStorm, it's over the past few months, and it's back on the wall. Analysts, so what analysts who appeared to boost the company on Tuesday. CNBC's Fast Money Cornerstone Macro technical analyst Carter Worth noted that TSLA stock had fallen so much, it is now a good buy. "Tesla has undershot by such an amount that it's so bad, it's good," he said.
Even Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, who made his headlines a $ 1
Quite notably, Tesla's unique advantage in the electric vehicle market by TSLA bull Gene Munster of Loup Ventures last month, at a time when the company's shares were being beaten down. Tesla is simply in a league of its own.
"One is the battery performance, and this is critical because of the range. The second is the manufacturing process, which has been a pain point for Tesla, undoubtedly, it has been painful. "He said."
The wind eventually became the Silicon Valley-based electric car maker.
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