The long-term prognosis for Tesla Motors (TSLA) wasn't cleared up after the automaker reported Q3 numbers and gave its limited outlook for 2014 and beyond.
Elon Musk says in today's world lithium-ion battery production can't keep up with demand for Tesla vehicles as it enters the mass market. A "giga factory" to solve the riddle is still on the drawing board.
Goldman Sachs already had the brakes on TSLA with a Neutral rating and notes the "lack of visibility" on deliveries keeps the risk/reward profile troubling.
Shares of Tesla have lopped off 11.4% in premarket action to put them at $156.75 or roughly where they traded just a few sessions ago.