Tesla Q4: Brace For China And Tax Impact

Nov. 30, 2022 4:04 AM ETTesla, Inc. (TSLA)46 Comments

Summary

  • I am bullish on Tesla for its nonlinear growth curve and winner-take-all potential.
  • In this article, I want to caution investors about two near-term speedbumps: the uncertainties unfolding in China and the tax codes.
  • These issues do not change my long-term thesis. Becoming aware of them could make Tesla investors better prepared when/if the impacts do come.
  • For potential investors, these issues may create an even better entry point for long-term holding during Q4 (especially when it gets closer to the earnings report).
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Thesis

I am bullish on Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock because of its nonlinear growth potential. Particularly, its FSD and robotics have the potential to be a platform and create the winner-take-all possibility (like that possibility YouTube enjoyed

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TSLA tax

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TSLA tax

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