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  • Was The Facebook IPO A Failure? [View article]
    I agree. So far, there has been very little pressure on CEO Mark Zuckerberg to monetize mobile, which Google estimates to be at a few hundred million users. I expect that to change now that the organization is traded publicly. Despite Zuckerberg's large controlling stake which gives him full control over the direction of the company, pressure from shareholders to monetize mobile may get him to crack. It seems he's been very reluctant to explore revenue streams for Facebook & with all that cash he has sitting around now he'll probably start making a few more acquisitions.
    May 22, 2012. 09:24 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Inside Facebook And Its influence On The Tech Space [View article]
    I don't think PCs are going away but they are becoming less and less useful as PCs are being built into things like TVs, watches, phones, tablets, etc.
    May 21, 2012. 07:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Optimists Vs. Pessimists [View article]
    Range is how far a vehicle can go without recharging. So no, you cannot claim that an ICE has unlimited range.

    I understand the current limitations of charging infrastructure for EVs compared to gas stations, but don't limit your thoughts to the now.

    I have mentioned this in my previous article and in this article. Charging infrastructure is being built. There will also be other services to facilitate the charging and battery management. As long as people see value in EVs, the other support services will arise. Do you think gas stations were prevalent when ICE vehicles came out?
    May 21, 2012. 04:06 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Optimists Vs. Pessimists [View article]
    Thank you very much for your findings.
    May 15, 2012. 01:48 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Optimists Vs. Pessimists [View article]
    I completely agree that we should be looking at the numbers at the end of the day. But I do not think the multiples right now are a good representative of Tesla's operations. It is important to keep numbers in mind, but I believe it is not the right time to be basing all our decisions on numbers. As you already know, Tesla is still a start-up in this dormant industry.

    I see a bright future with Tesla, and I do not mean just the year 2012. The reason why I focus on the short-term delivery goal is because it is the first time we can see the Model S in the market. The challenge doesn't end here but I do believe that there will be a merge of investors into optimists or pessimist.

    And I understand that you may not fit into either of the extremes, but you may still be inclined to one side or the other. I am not judging your natural behavior. It is simply the way you view Tesla's product and its financial future. There is a lot of personal judgment when looking at this company or this stock. This personal judgment is what I am referring to.

    I apologize for only referring to the best performance Model S. I assumed that these would be the most desired models, but it could just be my optimistic behavior about Tesla kicking in.
    May 15, 2012. 01:46 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment