Ars Technic’s Adam Johnson writes that the stock is going to be priced in a “much higher range” in the next few days, and it’s likely that we’ll see some big changes to the price tag.
The stock has already gone from being a mere $300 in early April, to being more than $400 today.
That’s more than a $2,000 premium.
The key is how much of that premium is due to the valuation of Tesla’s stock, and how much is due solely to the fact that investors are now paying to own a Tesla.
Johnson says the difference between a $300 stock and $400 stock is only $2.5 million, or roughly 3% of the value of Tesla stock.
So what’s going on?
Tesla’s valuation is a big part of the reason investors are paying so much more to own the stock.
The Tesla stock has been trading around $300 for quite some time now, and has been on a steep upward trajectory since the start of 2017.
Investors have long viewed Tesla as a cheap-to-invest in low-cost, electric cars, and the company has made significant progress in this area in recent years.
Tesla has been able to get close to selling enough of its own stock to allow it to keep making money while it makes the Model 3.
In 2018, Tesla saw a $10 billion revenue bump as it began selling off a portion of its existing stock, which gave the company a net worth of about $10.7 billion.
That year, Tesla sold about 40% of its stock for $4.2 billion, and was able to recoup a significant portion of that amount through dividends.
That same year, the company sold off its entire portfolio of cars for about $2 billion.
In 2019, Tesla did the same thing and began selling its own shares for $2bn.
The first Tesla cars were sold for $6,000 in 2016, and were sold out for about a year after that.
The company had sold almost 40% its shares in the last two years, so it’s now looking at selling a total of about 50% of that stock in 2018 and 2019.
With the stock selling off at such a rapid pace, Tesla is now looking for ways to get back into its stock market.
“Investors are paying for Tesla to be a publicly traded company, so the question now is, how much does the public want Tesla to continue to be?” says Aaron Gagnon, the CEO of TechCrunch.
“The answer is that the public wants Tesla to remain as a publicly held company.
The question is how big of a return can the public really get on the stock?”
This isn’t the first time Tesla has seen a big price spike in the wake of a company’s IPO.
In 2016, Tesla’s market cap hit $37.8 billion, a massive amount of money for a company that had only raised $5.8 million in 2016.
And just a few years later, it was worth about $38 billion.
Johnson writes the stock price is going up in the near term, because Tesla has more money to spend on building out its manufacturing operations and selling more cars.
The reason that investors have been willing to pay that much money to own Tesla is that it is one of the best ways to earn returns on investments.
Tesla’s business model is built around producing electric vehicles.
The most efficient way to make those cars is by using solar energy to generate electricity.
Tesla doesn’t have any other ways of making money from its cars, because its cars are primarily sold for their performance.
The carmaker uses a combination of “energy density” and battery technology to produce a high-tech battery pack that can last for thousands of miles.
The battery pack can store up to 80 kWh of energy, which is about 40 percent of the energy density of a typical gasoline car.
The Model 3, which will be Tesla’s biggest car yet, will be a huge improvement on the Model S and Model X. The new Model 3 will have about 50 kWh of battery storage, and will be able to reach 100 miles per charge.
That means the Model X could potentially go 100 miles on a single charge.
Tesla also plans to expand its manufacturing facilities in the United States and China to meet demand for its electric vehicles, and to increase its supply of battery cells.
That will help it become even more competitive with the likes of Ford, GM, and Nissan.
Johnson’s story about the stock seems to indicate that Tesla has some serious cash reserves to invest in its manufacturing and other operations.
But if Tesla can’t sell enough cars to get enough money back to shareholders, investors are likely to be reluctant to pay for more shares.
Investors should be cautious about investing in Tesla if they want to keep their investments.