The electric carmaker's shares were up 12% in after-hours trading after its fourth-quarter results beat expectations, thanks to the popularity of the Model S.
Investors will be paying close attention Wednesday to what CEO Elon Musk has to say in the quarterly conference call with analysts.
Fans of the electric-vehicle maker are as adamant as iPhone buyers. Still, the stock is not a buy at this time.
Automotive investors worry that slowing sales may trigger the sort of price battles that trashed industry profits in the past.
A scary chart that matches up today's pattern to 1929 may be hogwash, but it's a reminder to shed overvalued holdings.
The company, which counts Apple as a major partner, wants to relocate some high-tech manufacturing to its largest market to ease shipping burdens.
Some names did not follow the pack to drop below their 50-day moving averages.
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