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  • The Bizarro World Of Tesla Longs [View article]
    Amazon is overvalued, but has that stopped investors? No.
    Will the Tesla Gen 3 have 3X or more the range of the Leaf? Probably.
    Will Tesla revolutionize the auto industry? Yes, and probably sooner than later.
    May 29 04:52 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tesla Motors: What Everyday Investors Are Forgetting [View article]
    Jeff,

    Fossil fuel is a fixed resource that will run out some day. That is a scientific and economic fact.
    May 16 03:38 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In Summary, The Tesla Model S Is A Dirty Car [View article]
    How would you measure the "productivity" of this discussion? I can imagine only if you get some relief to the poor folks that you advised to sell short.

    I see a world where renewable energy rules; wind, solar, hydro, even energy from ocean waves, and whatever is left of the fossil fuel can stay in the ground where it belongs. Even if EV vehicles pollute more than ICE vehicles do today, they will not in the future. TSLA is the EV leader right now, and the other automakers will have to work very hard to catch up.
    May 13 04:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • SolarCity (SCTY +18.6%) is skyrocketing ahead of today's Q1 report - does someone know something? - and many other solar peers are also doing pretty well (TAN +4.5%). SOL +9.8%. CSIQ +11.6%. WFR +8%. LDK +9.3%. JASO +5.4%. SPWR +4.8%. FSLR +4.5%. GTAT +5.2%. JKS +7.9%. Short interests for many industry names remain sky-high: SolarCity had 16.6% of its float shorted as of April 30. SunPower was at 29.9%, First Solar 33.4%, and GT Advanced 34.8%. [View news story]
    My guess is SCTY is riding the coat tails of TSLA. Both are run by Elon Musk
    May 13 12:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is The Tesla Model S Green? [View article]
    Interesting article, but it ignores the fact that IC vehicles will always have some CO2 emissions, and use a non-renewable resource that will become scarcer as we and future generations continue to consume it. As more renewable power generation is added to the grid, CO2 emissions will decrease and theoretically can go to zero.

    Long TSLA because I believe in the future of renewable energy.
    May 9 10:37 AM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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