Tesla’s Q4: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly


  • Tesla, Inc. reported its Q4 results and beat profit estimates.
  • There were major negatives, however: deliveries, margins, and cash flows.
  • Tesla has rallied off recent lows and does not look especially attractive as it is battling some operational headwinds.

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Article Thesis

Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) reported its fourth-quarter earnings results that beat estimates on both lines, which is good for shareholders, of course. However, there were also some notable negatives in the report and the forward guidance

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