Tesla investors should probably brace themselves, as TSLA FUD is once more on the rise as the date of the company’s Q2 2020 Earnings Call looms closer. With Tesla looking more and more like it has a fighting chance at qualifying for the S&P 500, it appears that Tesla bears are doing what they can to keep TSLA stock as pinned down as possible.
ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood predicted Tesla (TSLA) stock’s breakout over a year ago, proving that her firm’s research is solid. Solving The Money Problem dissects how Wood and ARK Invest analysts predicted Tesla's breakout.
As the second quarter of 2020 came to a close, Elon Musk said on Twitter that a Tesla (TSLA) stock split might be worth discussing at the annual Shareholders’ Meeting scheduled tentatively in September.
Even with the share price of $1,208.66—at the market’s close on Thursday—a market cap of US$224.176 billion, and another excellent delivery report, some have wondered if Tesla (TSLA) has succeeded enough to make it into the S&P 500.