Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk is warning his employees . . .
Tesla stock could get crushed in the coming months.
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Tesla shares continue soaring. Investors are bullish on the stock leading up to its Dec. 21 addition to the S&P 500 index.
Shares are posting gains of 591% YTD.
That makes Tesla the single best performing mega-cap stock in 2020. It’s now the ninth most valuable company in the world.
Yet after these gains, it’s hard to image the stock going up another 100% or 200% next year.
That’s why Wall Street is investing +$307 million in this new EV battery stock. And you can join these insiders at the ground floor price.
Yet Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, just emailed Tesla’s employees with a stark warning . . .
Tesla’s stock price could get crushed.
Musk warns Tesla employees that the company must work to improve its profits.
“Investors are giving us a lot of credit for future profits, but if, at any point, they conclude that’s not going to happen, our stock will immediately get crushed like a soufflé under a sledgehammer!”
Improving battery technology and reducing costs is a major goal for Tesla.
The company is pushing to deliver 500,000 cars for 2020. And the company’s dominance with electric vehicles is WHY the stock is soaring.
One top Tesla and SpaceX Battery engineer QUIT working at Tesla. And he’s launching a new EV battery stock . . . and landing contracts worth +$200 million!
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Tesla must cut costs – while improving cars. And that may mean making serious acquisitions to advance its technology.
Here’s the internal email from the Tesla CEO that was leaked today . . .
At a time like this, when our stock is reaching new highs, it may seem as though spending carefully is not as important. This is definitely not true.
When looking at our actual profitability, it is very low at around 1% for the past year. Investors are giving us a lot of credit for future profits, but if, at any point, they conclude that’s not going to happen, our stock will immediately get crushed like a soufflé under a sledgehammer!
Much more important, in order to make our cars affordable, we have to get smarter about how we spend money. This a tough Game of Pennies – requiring thousands of good ideas to improve a part cost, a factory process or simply the design, while increasing quality and capabilities. A great idea would be one that saves $5, but the vast majority are 50 cents here or 20 cents there.
In order to make the electric revolution happen we much make electric cars, stationary batteries and solar affordable to all.
Thanks and great working with you as always,
The Tesla CEO seems committed to reducing costs (and keeping Tesla’s share price up).
Smart investors in Silicon Valley and on Wall Street are cashing out of Tesla Motors. And instead, they’re buying shares of this new EV battery Pre-IPO.
Shares start trading by Dec. 31.
Yours in Wealth,