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Previous close66,636.52
Open66,636.52
Day's range65,150.80 - 67,188.32
52-week range24,930.30 - 73,750.07
Start date2010-07-13
AlgorithmN/A
Market cap1.311T
Circulating supply19.71M
Max supplyN/A
Volume29,720,094,720
Volume (24 hrs)29.72B
Volume (24 hrs) all currencies29.72B
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  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Tesla vs. Toyota: Kevin Paffrath compares automaker growth

    Financial analyst and YouTuber Kevin Paffrath ("Meet Kevin") joins Market Domination to discuss Tesla's valuation as CEO Elon Musk touted the company's AI initiatives at Thursday's shareholder meeting. Paffrath believes there is a large difference between what Tesla is going to deliver versus what Elon Musk promises. He states that compared to Toyota (TM), Tesla has been on a downward trend: "The difference between the two companies is growth. I value Tesla at a PEG ratio [Price/Earnings-to-Growth] of 1.67, assuming we can get about 30% growth once we bottom out from here. Toyota's growing, in some years, it's projected to grow negatively, but more reasonably, it's growing somewhere between 5-6%, which is barely above the rate of inflation. So that's one of the reasons you see the valuation disparity." He adds, "I think you can go short, and people get mad at me for saying this, but it's just a hedge. It's a macro hedge. You go short bitcoin, you could use a fund like BITI (BITI). I'm not affiliated with them. It's a negative one. The reason for that is when risk assets sell off, Tesla goes down... you don't want to short the whole market for a hedge because that's not going to work. You specifically want an offsetting risk hedge." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Melanie Riehl Catch up on Yahoo Finance's coverage of all things Tesla, Elon Musk, and his pay package saga: EV competitors like Ford, GM are 'scared' of Tesla: Investor 'Don't fire Steve Jobs': Tesla analysts react to approval of Elon Musk's pay package 'Hold on Tesla and wait,' don't buy right now: Strategist Tesla is in 'incredibly enviable' position for real-world AI Tesla is biggest market bubble in world history: Short seller Don't bet against Elon Musk: Dan Ives talks $1T Tesla call Elon Musk wins Tesla shareholder battle to keep his record-breaking pay Elon Musk has been integral to Tesla's growth, AI: Cathie Wood Musk's pay battle is not over. Here's why.