Tesla, TSLA & The Investment World: The 2019 Investors’ Roundtable

Tesla, TSLA & The Investment World: The 2019 Investors' Roundtable 1

The second annual Benzinga Fintech Awards was held Tuesday night, year recognizing the companies and people who have shown the most innovation in the last. Over 250 companies from five countries requested the 18 awards given out at this year’s gala, that was attended by a few of the biggest venture capitalist firms, hedge funds, brokerages, and media outlets from across the industry. “I’d like to personally congratulate all the winners of this year’s Benzinga Fintech Awards,” said Benzinga founder and CEO Jason Raznick. Benzinga will not provide investment advice.

2,750 so still come out net forward on fees for EVs. Prov. Sales tax) which bring net taxes to somewhat positive at the time of purchase, but retain in mind the much higher fuel taxes paid by Canadians (and 33% of gasoline cost). So EVs are taxed much less in Canada almost everywhere. Tesla’s more expensive vehicles.

But this bread’n’butter electric sedan will sell in huge quantities here in Canada. And save Canadians large sums of money, tax, and emissions. Finally, there is already a provision in Transport Canada’s plan for an increased allowable base-price for 7-seat EVs. 5K discount. I’ll be having that whenever the time comes.

So can ASP/FSD be added at a later date with a software revise? Tesla hasn’t released any VINs for the refreshed S/X and it’s been 3 weeks because the announcement. We are half way through Q2 at this time also. If there are still no VINs 14 days from now, the Q2 guidance will be missed badly.

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It’s extremely difficult to anticipate where demand will end up. Just four years ago many people here forecasted Model S/X demand would be 150-200k/season by now. One of the arguments used at the right time was that Tesla was going to expand sales worldwide. But the truth is the demand for the Model S/X was/is low outside the core markets of N America, Europe, and Asia. 50k ASP Model 3/Y to be fairly low as well outside the core markets.

But would love to be proved incorrect. Just curious, if anyone gets the stats, but just how many BMW 3 Series is BMW offering outside N America, Asia, and Europe? X sales will be flat at 100k, even in years 2030. That’s because there are a limited number of people who can (and willing to) buy at that cost range.

If autonomous driving gets more advanced and no better alternatives, then higher amount is more than likely. I leave that out of my calculation. 3% of Tesla’s business. Model 3 and Y are different (also Pickup and Semi). EVs will save quite a little on gasoline and maintenance cost. 40k ICE vehicle altogether cost of ownership, but the user experience are much better. 8% a season. Many of these will happen. It is the timing, I try to guess.

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