The Tesla CEO, with his promising prognostications, is at it again.
News & Analysis: Tesla
Elon Musk's iconic electric-vehicle maker is breaking all the rules. Is that good or bad?
These companies have seen their shares more than double this year.
Tesla delivered far more vehicles than analysts were expecting last quarter. However, this news doesn't tell investors anything about what really matters: long-term demand for Tesla's products.
This analyst thinks the automaker's annual revenue will surge to $100 billion in the years ahead, helping justify a higher stock price.
These well-known CEOs are very clearly signaling that they believe in their companies.
A spate of good news boosted the stock. A new competitor may have boosted it even more.
The market continues to move to unprecedented heights.
One analyst thinks the electric-car maker's stock is headed to $1,500.
The carmaker is working with a German biotech that is among the leaders in testing a COVID-19 vaccine.