Will Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) Cross $400?

Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) stock is in the headlines after the company lost yet another finance executive on Wednesday. Tesla is in hot waters amid strange behavior of its CEO Elon Musk, failure to meet targets and a tough competition. But to some analysts, Tesla remains a must-buy stock. Recently, Baird’s analyst Ben Kallo said in his report that Tesla remains a “buy” even with all the “drama.” The analyst made his comment after visiting Gigafactory of Tesla. Kallo gave a buy rating to the stock, with a price target of $411.

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Over the current book year the total revenue will be 20,34 billion USD (consensus estimates). This is quite more than 2017's revenue of 11,76 billion USD.

Historical revenues and results Tesla Motors plus estimates 2018

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The analysts expect for 2018 a net loss of 1,05 billion USD. Most of the analysts anticipate on a loss per share of 5,48 USD. With this the price/earnings-ratio is -52,82.

Analysts don't expect the company to pay a dividend. The average dividend yield of the automobile producers is a moderate 1 percent.

Recent target prices around 236 USD

The latest 3 recommendations for the automobile producer were provided by Nomura Securities, Nord Landesbank and Morgan Stanley .

Tesla Motors's market capitalization is around 46,77 billion USD. The Tesla Motors stock was the past 12 months quite volatile. Since last September the stock is 23 percent lower. This year the stock price moved between 245 and 390 dollar.

On Thursday the stock closed at 289,46 USD.

Historical stock prices Tesla Motors from 2007 till 2018

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