TSLA - Tesla, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
348.98
-16.73 (-4.57%)
As of 3:24PM EST. Market open.
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Previous close365.71
Open362.00
Bid350.24 x 2200
Ask350.42 x 900
Day's range348.80 - 365.66
52-week range244.59 - 387.46
Volume5,944,813
Avg. volume9,228,006
Market cap59.931B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.55
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-10.56
Earnings date5 Feb. 2019 - 11 Feb. 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est338.46
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Apple hires former Tesla and Microsoft senior designer
    Engadget3 hours ago

    Apple hires former Tesla and Microsoft senior designer

    Apple has hired Andrew Kim, formerly of Tesla and Microsoft, to bolster its design team. Kim captured the attention of many in 2011 with a custom iOS device stand and again in 2012 when, as a fan, he shared his vision for an overhaul of Microsoft's branding and design language.

  • Apple just hired a Tesla designer. Let the speculation begin.
    Mashable Tech30 minutes ago

    Apple just hired a Tesla designer. Let the speculation begin.

    The hiring of a former Tesla designer has reignited speculation over Apple's self-driving car ambitions.  Andrew Kim was hired by Microsoft after his minimalist redesign for the company went viral in 2013. He then spent two years as a senior design manager at Tesla. Now it looks like he's at Apple.  SEE ALSO: Highway patrol struggles to pull over allegedly drunk, sleeping Tesla driver Apple doesn't share much about its car program. But a patent filing from August shows an augmented reality windshield concept. And the California Department of Motor Vehicles lists Apple as an autonomous car permit holder. As the Verge spotted, Kim now has the Apple icon on his LinkedIn page, with a start date of December. His Instagram also slyly included a gray Apple icon with the caption "Day 1" last week.  His personal website still lists his visual and product designer job at Tesla, but his barely active Twitter is up to date. View this post on Instagram Day 1 A post shared by Andrew Kim (@mnmllymnml) on Dec 10, 2018 at 5:27pm PST Kim's Tesla background could mean a number of things for Apple, not just car stuff. Its self-driving car ambitions have reportedly stalled out into a more self-contained on-campus shuttle. Earlier this year, The New York Times reported a partnership with Volkswagen for self-driving campus shuttles at its headquarters in Cupertino, California. Apple appears to have shifted from building its own self-driving fleet to the software side of things — for now. SEE ALSO: Apple self-driving cars could have AR windshields perfect for FaceTime As the NYT noted, "Apple has a history of tinkering with a technology until its engineers figure out what to do with it."  Kim could simply be working on Apple's shuttle project and other more established products. Or maybe Apple is finally going all in on self-driving cars.  WATCH: Apple is going big in Austin with a new $1B campus

  • Latest News: NIO ES6 Specifications and Prices
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    Latest News: NIO ES6 Specifications and Prices

    On December 15, NIO (NIO) launched its second mass-market electric car—ES6. The company launched the ES6 during its NIO Day 2018 event in Shanghai. NIO is also often referred to as the “Chinese Tesla.” Let’s discuss the ES6’s key specifications.

  • Zacks7 hours ago

    Tesla Slashes Prices of 2 Models for China Post Tariff Cut

    Reduced tariff rates in China aid Tesla (TSLA) to reduce its Model S and X car prices. This is likely to increase the affordability of these vehicles in the country.

  • A drone video claims to show the first stages of construction on Tesla's Chinese factory
    Business Insider12 hours ago

    A drone video claims to show the first stages of construction on Tesla's Chinese factory

    A video uploaded to YouTube on Sunday claims to show the first stages of construction on Tesla's new factory in Shanghai, China. The video, which appears to be shot from a drone, shows what the description says is the lot Tesla will use for the factory, which is surrounded by a fence. The video also shows construction workers and equipment, as well as a small structure that is visible near the center of the frame from 1:41 to 1:45.

  • Dow Jones Futures: The Worst Part About This Market Rally
    Investor's Business Daily21 hours ago

    Dow Jones Futures: The Worst Part About This Market Rally

    Dow Jones futures: The stock market rally is nearly dead. Apple still falls. Even worse? The few stocks breaking out, like Tesla, Johnson & Johnson and Workday, falter or don't advance.

  • If you could handle the insanity, Tesla was the best auto stock to invest in for 2018
    Business Insider3 days ago

    If you could handle the insanity, Tesla was the best auto stock to invest in for 2018

    Tesla and Elon Musk took us on a wild ride in 2018 - but the stock is still the best performer in the US auto sector. Tesla has surged at the end of 2018, becoming the only auto stock I cover that's in positive territory, beating out the S&P 500 index and GM, Ford, FCA, and Ferrari. If you could handle the heat, Tesla was a good investment in 2018.

  • What Happened in the Stock Market Today
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    What Happened in the Stock Market Today

    Find out how sluggish Chinese growth affected two popular companies.

  • 3 Stocks That Might Seem Like Great Holiday Buys, but Aren't
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    3 Stocks That Might Seem Like Great Holiday Buys, but Aren't

    Thinking of giving stocks for the holidays? Don't go near these three big-brand companies.

  • Tesla Stock Wins Another Buy Rating
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Tesla Stock Wins Another Buy Rating

    Wall Street sentiment is starting to swing in in the electric-car maker's favor. Should yours?

  • How Analysts Rate NIO before ES6 Launch Event
    Market Realist3 days ago

    How Analysts Rate NIO before ES6 Launch Event

    In this series so far, we have looked at Tesla’s (TSLA) Chinese peer NIO’s (NIO) recent stock price action before its ES6 car launch event scheduled for December 15. ES6 is important for NIO’s future success, and the company is hoping to rapidly expand its consumer base by getting a large number of orders for the ES6 car model after its launch. Reuters’ recent data suggests that about 36% of analysts covering NIO stock were recommending a “buy” as of December 13.

  • Why Tomorrow’s ES6 Car Launch Event Is So Important for NIO
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Why Tomorrow’s ES6 Car Launch Event Is So Important for NIO

    In the previous part of this series, we looked at Chinese electric car company NIO’s (NIO) recent stock price movement. Investors’ high expectation from its upcoming vehicle (XLY) launch event on December 15 might be driving its stock up this week after it witnessed a 9.3% drop in the previous week. In this article, we’ll discuss why ES6 is so important for the company.

  • Global fears strike Wall Street
    Yahoo Finance3 days ago

    Global fears strike Wall Street

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