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Enough of the Elon Musk and Tesla Inc Snake Oil

Every time, Charlie Brown says, “This time I’m really going to kick that football.” And, every time, Lucy yanks the ball away from him at the last moment and Charlie Brown lands flat on his back. This is a perfect analogy for Elon musk and the American public, or if you prefer, Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) shareholders.

Musk overpromises, underdelivers, and has done so thanks....More>>>

China Lifts Cap On Foreign Auto JVs: How Will US Carmakers Gain

Dispelling trade war fears, China, on Tuesday, announced that it will remove the cap on foreign ownership of domestic auto ventures. This will allow foreign carmakers to take full ownership of their local joint ventures. The decision will certainly bring a smile on the faces of U.S. automakers, which have been operating in China under this restriction since 1994. Full ownership means complete control....More>>>

Dow Jones Today Surges 200 Points After Netflix, Goldman Sachs Top Earnings Expectations

The Dow Jones today jumped 200 points in pre-market trading, as bullish investors reacted to stellar earnings reports from Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS). Markets are likely to continue to rise on what is expected to be the strongest earnings season in seven years – largely due to strong consumer confidence and the recent tax reform law.

With....More>>>

Stocks Worth $2.2 Trillion Are “In Play”; Here’s What to Do

It’s rare that so many of the market’s biggest, most powerful companies get swept up in the proverbial whirlwind, but that’s what’s happening right now.

Headline risk is off the charts – and all over the place: Trump is gunning for Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN).

Privacy controversy still swirls around Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB), where CEO Mark Zuckerberg....More>>>

Stocks Worth $2.2 Trillion Are “In Play”; Here’s What to Do

It’s rare that so many of the market’s biggest, most powerful companies get swept up in the proverbial whirlwind, but that’s what’s happening right now.

Headline risk is off the charts – and all over the place: Trump is gunning for Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN).

Privacy controversy still swirls around Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB), where CEO Mark Zuckerberg....More>>>

Top Performing Stocks To Own Right Now

The recent U.S. stock rally, which began off the bottom in late June and saw the market break to new all-time highs in early July, has been anemic by almost any measure. While not that much seems to be happening on the surface, underneath it the internals have been undergoing change. The groups leading the rally are not the same groups leading the market prior to the rally. It is not uncommon for....More>>>

Can Tesla Inc Stock Shift Out of Neutral In 2018?

It seems like a lifetime ago that I told InvestorPlace readers that Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) could “absolutely hit $1,000.” My premise is that investors were valuing Tesla stock at $570,000 per vehicle produced on an annual basis.

A mighty rich valuation considering investors were valuing Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) at $6,400 per vehicle.

I suggested that to get....More>>>

Why 2018 Is Make or Break for Tesla Inc Stock

Tesla Inc’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) Elon Musk is a natural-born disrupter. One of his latest endeavors is to wreak havoc on the trucking industry, which, by the way, hasn’t seen much innovation in many years.

TSLA’s electric semi has gotten instant traction, as marquee companies like Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE:WMT), PepsiCo, Inc. (NYSE:PEP) and United Parcel Service, Inc. (NYSE:UPS)....More>>>

My “Early Warning” System for Maximum Tech Profits

Michael A. Robinson

Editor’s Note: Identifying the catalysts that sent successful tech stocks soaring can help you spot pending rocket riders before they ignite. That’s why we’re revisiting Michael’s case study on Tesla’s meteoric ride in 2013. Here, he reveals the five specific “sparks” investors should watch for. Here’s Michael…....More>>>

Ford’s #1 Market Share In Houston Should Alleviate Inventory Concerns

Ford (NYSE:F) announced August 2017 U.S. vehicle sales of nearly 210K, down 2.1% from the same month in 2016. Despite this decrease, it exceeded the 6.4% estimate from Edmunds. For the year, Ford has sold approximately 1.7 million vehicles, which is a 4.1% decline compared to 2016. These metrics are largely consistent with the overall auto industry which saw a 2% decrease in August compared....More>>>