• Windsun33
    What I cannot figure out is who keeps buying enough TSLA to keep the stock above .32 cents
    2/14/12
    Reply (12)
    • humahuaca: not sure if you meant $32, but I agree, value above 32 cents still surprises me, lol. I would love to short this, but too damn expensive
      2/14/12
    • humahuaca: and I hate to fight irrational stock buyers.
      2/14/12
    • Surf Dog: Institutional Buyers, people who want oil to go away, those that recognize superior technology, and know that we can make money on it.
      2/15/12
    • humahuaca: 'people who want oil to go away' You're joking right? Like electricity and batteries have no cost and no environmental effects. Like I said
      2/15/12
    • humahuaca: irrational stock buyers. Same guys might have bought NFLX at $300 and sold at $304, and made money, but that has nothing to do with
      2/15/12
    • humahuaca: intelligent investing and or trading, imo. But hey, go for it. Start up electric car companies have a fantastic track record
      2/15/12
    • Windsun33: Fantastic for the short term for trading the volatility. For surviving - well not so much. I predict that TSLA will go under 3 yrs or less
      2/15/12
    • Surf Dog: I have also seen a prediction that there will be 45 manufacturers in the EV space in 3 yrs.
      2/16/12
    • Surf Dog: How does making vehicles with the most advanced technology, establishing a solid reputation for quality,
      2/16/12
    • Surf Dog: Selling out the first year's production in advance, and doing it all with no advertising budget translate to being out of business???
      2/16/12
    • humahuaca: some names you must be unfamiliar with: Bricklin, Delorean, SAAB, Volvo, Chrysler, GM, Aston Martin, Jaguar...just off the top of my head
      2/16/12
    • Windsun33: You apparently have not looked at their balance sheet. They are billions in debt, have never come close to making a profit.
      2/17/12