Tesla is steeped in chaos — and chaos is absolutely the opposite what a complex manufacturing, distribution, and retail operation needs.
Russell 2000 back where it had first been in November 2017.
The surprise in the SEC 10-Q filing when no one was supposed to pay attention.
The ruse that helped shares jump 20%.
Expansion & investment plans frozen, after deliveries of Teslas plunged in Q1
Decision-Making Chaos and Epic Strategy Flip-Flops.
But the US government got them all beat.
Pent-up demand for high-priced luxury cars in the era of Carmageddon is a tricky thing, especially when tax credits phase out.
The chart that makes me scratch my head.
Not a slap on the wrist, but not a summary execution either.