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Tesla Could Rise to $4000 per Share, Says Ark Investment Management CEO

Ark Investment Management founder and CEO Catherine Wood commented that huge jump in Tesla’s stocks that began yesterday after the company released its earnings is just “the beginning of an eventual rise to $4,000 per share and possibly beyond.”And she might be right, because, even though the earnings were nothing special, they were still better-than-expected and at the stock ended yesterday trading with a rise of 17.67% to $299.68. However, at the time of writing, the stock was in a slight...

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Square Unveils Free Cash App Investment for as Low as $1

Financial services and mobile payment company Square has just announced a new investment feature that allows users to make even the smallest investments through its Cash App. According to the San Francisco-based company, people will now be able to invest in the stock market, taking part in full shares trading for as little as $1.Via the Cash App Investing, users will have easy access to fractional investing and buy whatever fraction of any supported shares that $1 dollar (or any desired...

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Tesla Could Release Full Self-Driving Feature before End of 2019

According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, there’s a good enough chance that the company could grant limited access for some of its customers to a “feature complete” product which will have full self-driving (FSD) capabilities, before the end of 2019. Musk, during a Tesla earnings call yesterday, suggested that it would be a type of beta test, carefully carried out to further the company’s move on autonomous capabilities. He, however, added that the release is “not for sure” and even though it...

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Elon Musk Lauds Tesla’s Powerwall against the Backdrop of PG&E Problems

This year, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), an American company that provides natural gas and electric service to approximately 16 million people throughout a 70,000-square mile service area in northern and central California, declared their bankruptcy and admitted their blame on a number of forest fires and problems with power.Recently, during the California Public Utilities Commission meeting, the company’s CEO Bill Johnson stated that California can expect blackouts for the next...

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Tesla Is to Begin Manufacturing Electric Vehicles in China

Photo: Tesla / TwitterWe all know how the Chinese are very protective of their domestic economy and how they don’t let anybody come and just set up a business within their borders for domestic consumption without strict controls. Tesla seems to have been able to jump through all the hoops and regulatory processes required to be able to manufacture electric vehicles in China sources indicate.In what seems to be a first for China, this is the first time that the government will be allowing the...

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Volvo Cars Introduces its First Electric Car to Compete with Giants

Recently Volvo Cars introduced its first electric car dubbed the XC240 recharge. This indicates that the company is looking forward to moving from mechanical only cars to electric cars which are becoming in vogue in recent times. In a series of firsts, the XC240 recharge is unique in its own right as a car. It is not only the first electric car made by the carmaker, it is also the first car in Volvo’s brand to have its onboard entertainment system to be based on Google’s Android.As also the...

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Porsche Presents Cheaper Version of the All-Electric Taycan to Compete Tesla

In recent news, Porsche has presented another version of their new all-electric Taycan. The new model is called Taycan 4S and comes with the same chassis, suspension, and permanent magnet synchronous motors. Just a few weeks ago in September, the company introduced the electric Taycan in general, Taycan Turbo S and Taycan Turbo in particular. This “cheap” version is a little bit slower, lighter, and much cheaper. By saying cheap, we mean around $100,000. While the fast and powerful versions...

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Tesla Buys AI Startup DeepScale in Order to Build Self-Driving Robotaxis

Tech giant Tesla announced buying of DeepScale, a computer vision start-up that the company hopes to help in further evolving of fully driverless vehicles.This acquisition, Tesla hopes, will help the company in their focusing on delivering cars with evolved driver-assistance systems that would be optimal for owners to put them in the traffic acting as “robotaxis” on an Uber-like platform without drivers.Still, as most of the car producers, Tesla is pretty much bounded with arithmetic...

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Tesla (TSLA) is 1000 Vehicles Short of Fulfilling Delivery Goals

Recently we reported that Electrek, a blog for electric vehicle enthusiasts, published an email that probably has leaked from the company in which Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk writes that Tesla might be able to make 100,000 vehicle deliveries in the third quarter, which would be a record.Be it as it may, Tesla is really trying to fulfill these expectations but with only a day left, some sources say that the company is currently “a few thousand” cars short of the delivery goal.In the leaked email,...

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Tesla’s Biggest Software Update Ever Adds Smart Summon, Netflix and Car-aoke

On Thursday, Tesla rolled out its new software update with a whole lot of new features for its Model S, Model X, and Model 3 owners in the U.S.Among other features, you can find in-car karaoke, entertainment services like Netflix and Hulu, and a feature (for really lazy ones) that lets customers call their cars like they’re summoning a dog – no driver required.Of course, customers who paid for the Full Self-Driving option are higher up on Tesla’s list of priorities, and for them, there will...

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