1. Tesla shares fell nearly 7% on Thursday Expectations plummeted at the company’s much-anticipated investor day after Elon Musk’s “master plan” was revealed over the course of four hours on Wednesday.
Onlookers were expecting more insight into new types of vehicles, including rumored sub-$30,000 models and robotaxis, but Musk was largely quiet on the matter.
In his “Master Plan 3” presentationMusk, along with several engineers, teased two new models, but details were otherwise scant (though he did make several colorful comments).
However, the presentation laid out broad plans aimed at making Tesla the world’s largest car company.
By 2030, Tesla wants to sell 20 million cars per year.
The announcements were pretty bland for strategists at Wanda Research A note to customers reads that this month could see a sell-off for Tesla stock.
Over the past two months, retail investors have piled into the EV-maker’s shares, according to Wanda, but a weak investor day could trigger a reversal.
“If we consider that more retail purchases Driven by momentum rather than a strong belief, Wanda said, a lack of new ‘rumours’ to buy could lead to stagnation in performance, sentiment, investment flows and ultimately a significant reversal in stock price.
That said, Zacks Investment Research projects 30% upside for Tesla, and that climb could happen in 2023.
The firm gives Musk’s company a price target of $260 over the next six to 12 months, which John Blank, chief equity strategist at Zacks, says is “deserved.”
In a CNBC interview, Blank said, “I think the thing we should be hearing about the Cybertruck is that it’s going to have a new factory template that we haven’t seen yet, and it’s going to take a long time.” It seems.”
While Tesla has long been described as innovative And last decade the futurist, Bespoke Investment Group concluded that the company is now really just a generic, boring carmaker.
Here’s how he put it:
“With investor and analyst coverage focused on more concrete metrics and timeframes, expectations are being driven for TSLA to behave more like a trad. [original equipment manufacturer] And less of a disruptor.”
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