Tesla designs, manufactures, and sells high-performance fully electric vehicles and energy storage products. Sales of new electric cars account for the majority of the company's revenue, driven by its Model S sedan and Model X SUV deliveries. Tesla's long-range electric vehicles can drive between 210 and 315 miles on a single charge. While Model S and X cater to the high-end luxury segment, Tesla's Model 3, which the company expects to begin delivering in late 2017, starts at about half the price of its current vehicle lineup. Its energy storage segment sells energy storage products to residential and commercial customers.


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Current Price: $192.29
Prev Close: $193.15
Open: $192.05
Bid: $191.71
Ask: $192.28
Day's Range: $189.54 - $192.50
52wk Range: $141.05 - $269.34
Volume: 3,193,716
Avg Vol 4,955,984
Market Cap: $25B
P/E (ttm): -30.18
EPS (ttm): ($6.40)
Div & Yield: $0.00 (0.0%)

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CAPS Rating 2 out of 5
 
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Score: +97.74
Call: Outperform
Time Frame: Five Plus Years
Start Price: $18.24
Start Date: 3/29/2007
Gain/Loss: +$152.4%
S&P Gain/Loss: +$54.7%

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Tesla designs, manufactures, and sells high-performance fully electric vehicles and energy storage products. Sales of new electric cars account for the majority of the company's revenue, driven by its Model S sedan and Model X SUV deliveries. Tesla's long-range electric vehicles can drive between 210 and 315 miles on a single charge. While Model S and X cater to the high-end luxury segment, Tesla's Model 3, which the company expects to begin delivering in late 2017, starts at about half the price of its current vehicle lineup. Its energy storage segment sells energy storage products to residential and commercial customers.

  • Exchange: NASDAQ
  • Sector: Consumer Goods
  • Industry: Car