Tesla’s Q1: Disaster Quarter Or Not?


  • Tesla, Inc. reported Q1 earnings with lower-than-expected revenues and profits, causing concerns about weak business growth and declining margins.
  • The company’s inventory levels have been increasing, suggesting weak demand despite price cuts.
  • Tesla’s cash flows were negatively impacted by growing inventory levels, raising concerns about its balance sheet.

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Article Thesis

Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) reported its most recent earnings results on Tuesday afternoon. The company, which has seen its shares come under a lot of pressure in 2024, reported weaker-than-expected results and burned through billions

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