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  • BlackBerry Is Far From Dead. Right Sized, It Will Have A Profitable Future [View article]
    The Bold works very well for my purpose and I have yet to hear from any work colleague any complaints. The functionality has been brilliant in my experience first hand. The company has had to make some tough decisions no doubt... thanks for your post!
    Sep 21 04:25 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Tesla Motors Need A Second Factory? [View article]
    It should also be noted that of the 61,000,000 cars produced last year in 10 years there are many who believe Electric will represent aa 30% marketshare... if Tesla were to claim a 10% marketshare of this market this would represent a volume to magnitude of BMW's present day production! If only 554,000 were produced or roughly a 1/3 it would justify current stock value... I would have to think the design lends itself mass production given less moving operable parts. Go Tesla!
    Jun 25 08:50 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tesla's Model S: Engineering Dream, Fiscal Nightmare [View article]
    Thanks for setting the battery comparable straight Dan. It's hard to believe Gerry that you chose to slight a company who's own CEO offered assistance and provide a solution to Boeing's battery problem months ago.

    Is such a gesture not for the social good and public safety? Tesla's mandate is to lead the charge with charge and see adaption by the masses for social good. Receiving a tax credit to purchase a car that produces significantly less or zero emissions is no doubt a cost to the public purse. I guess the inevitable question is do you prefer your taxes to do harm or to do good?
    Apr 22 03:45 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • While shares of Tesla Motors (TSLA +1.4%) continue to flirt with making all-time highs, Stone Fox Capital suggests to investors some profit-taking might be in order given consensus EPS estimates are trickling lower. Though the automaker's forward progress has been impressive, its road to profitability still looks bumpy. [View news story]
    One also needs to always consider the source of the antagonists' perspective who continue to live in the ICE age providing the angst. If I was working on a production line producing pistons and trannies or produced eventual waste consisting of filters, exhausts, and radiators, belts and hoses I'd be upset and justified to villify the slightest of faults or missed projections. Don't be a dipstick, keep perspective and get the new skills to stay employed and work for a copy like Tesla that wants to grow for the masses. Rather than be a fear monger and profit from its' short positions see the car for what it is as a technical marvel of relatively faultless excecution and go a "long" for the ride. The stage is set for continued growth at current production levels with obvious increased margins from efficiencies ahead.

    Mar 8 12:24 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment