Noah Raaum

Tesla Inc.

Tesla is a generally unstable stock option, as the charts have shown over the last few months. Financial analysts suggest that Elon Musk is inflating the value of his company. He hasn’t fulfilled many of his progress goals, such as the Model 3 production rate, and uses tactics to add value to his shares. For instance, his “going private” tweet—where he announced his plan to buy stocks off the hands of shareholders and remove Tesla from the stock market—caused a surge of investors. Elon Musk himself makes troublesome decisions, both business and personal, that put the reputation of Tesla on the line. The largest risk, according to Business Insider, is Tesla going bankrupt and stocks collapsing entirely. Tesla is an unnecessarily volatile option for new investors.

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