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Tesla Q2 Delivery Results Should Kick Off Very Strong 2nd Half of 2021, Wedbush Securities Says

Tesla Q2 Delivery Results Should Kick Off Very Strong 2nd Half of 2021, Wedbush Securities Says
After Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) announces its Q2 2021 deliveries, it should be the start of a very strong second half of the year, Wedbush Securities analyst Daniel Ives said. He sees growth potential in deliveries from 205,000 to 210,000 in the past quarter and 900,000 in 2021.

Wedbush Securities analyst Daniel Ives told CNBC's Squawk Box on Thursday that Tesla's trajectory is positive. The company's expected number of deliveries on the Street has increased to 200,000 over the past few weeks, but Ives believes a rise from 205,000 to 210,000 in Q2 2021 is likely.

Despite Tesla's situation in China, this should not harm the final figures. Ives said China and Europe were indeed strong in May and June and could ultimately drive shipments upward. At the moment, he has a Tesla price target of $1,000.

In addition, Ives told CNBC the manufacturer could achieve an impressive 900,000 deliveries in 2021. He also thinks that in 2022, the number could grow to 1.3 million as the company is focused on profitability. "The best way to play the green tidal wave is Tesla," Ives said.

On June 30, the analyst tweeted that as Wall Street looks at 200,000 deliveries in Q2 2021 as the bull case bogey.


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