Palantir Is Uncannily Similar To Tesla


  • Palantir is a fast-growing defense contractor that provides big data analytics platforms to government (and commercial) clients. Tesla is an EV and alternative energy company.
  • Now, Palantir and Tesla are completely different companies, but there are some uncanny similarities between these two retail favorites.
  • Today, I will discuss these similarities and share my thinking around the idea - "Palantir is the next Tesla".
  • Furthermore, we will briefly study Palantir's financials to formulate an updated valuation for the company.
  • I rate Palantir a buy at $23.
  • This idea was discussed in more depth with members of my private investing community, Beating the Market. Learn More »
Palantir Technologies headquarters campus exterior view in Silicon Valley. - Palo Alto, California, USA - 2019
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Palantir (NYSE:PLTR) went public in 2020 with the reputation of being a somewhat mysterious big data analysis software provider for government agencies and large corporations. As a result, Palantir's direct listing went somewhat under the radar, and investors were able to

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