Elon Musk says he and his children will go from Los Angeles to New York in one of the company's electric cars, presumably to prove Tesla's reliability to the general public.
Right now, Tesla Motors only sells its product directly. But if it ever moves to a retail model, the dealership giant would be 'completely open' to selling its 'marvelous' vehicles.
Jeffrey Gundlach says the electric automaker is a cultish stock. He also offers a slew of investment ideas, including Apple, mortgage REITS, and thoughts on the 10-year Treasury.
The electric car maker has to fire on all cylinders to meet expectations of its current inflated price.
Its electric Model S is now the third-best-selling luxury brand in the country's most car-crazy state.
The Nasdaq's loss is its largest in more than a year. Stocks are suffering biggest monthly losses since May 2012 on concerns about possible U.S. response to nerve-gas use in Syria.
The satisfaction gap between the Big 3 and overseas manufacturers has widened, with domestic cars lagging imports.
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