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Last updated: 2021-10-27


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Stock price data
Daily high1070.88
Daily low1030.78
Daily Volume38.0M
All-time high1038.31
1y analyst estimate660.70
EPS (TTM)0.72
Dividend per share-
Ex-div date-
Next earnings date20 Oct 2021

Downside potential

Downside potential data
Current price drop from All-time high-2.13%-0.56%
Highest price drop-60.63%-56.47%
Date of highest drop18 Mar 20209 Mar 2009
Avg drop from high-17.64%-11.44%
Avg time to new high18 days12 days
Max time to new high649 days1805 days



Deliveries comments

In 2011-12 the company shipped a 1000 of the original Roadster. Because of the relatively tiny amount, it is not visible on the chart

From 19Q1, Model X and Model S deliveries are reported together, thus the exact numbers for both models are unknown.

From 20Q1, Model 3 and Model Y deliveries are reported together, thus the exact numbers for both models are unknown.

Cybertruck will first be manufactured in the Austin (Texas) factory and deliveries are expected to start in late 2021

Model S and X vehicles are produced solely in Fremont (California), Model 3 in Fremont and Shanghai and Model Y in all current and constructing plants (Fremont, Shanghai, Berlin, Austin)

Semi deliveries keep slipping as the company is currently battery constrained and the Semi needs large amounts

Energy storage deployed (MWh)

Energy storage comments

Elon Musk announced the launch of the company's energy division in 2015, starting with its battery product lines, the Powerwall (for home usage) and the Powerpack (for utilities)

Battery deployments have been growing exponentially since the launch, with a few large projects receiving widespread media coverage for helping stabilize grids. Notebale ones include Hornsdale (Australia), Kauai Island paired with solar and the PG&E plant in California

Tesla is currently battery cell constrained, meaning that they have to choose if they use the available cells in their cars or their stationary products. Usually the automotive unit is the priority, assumably dragging down stationary storage performance

Energy generation deployed (MW)

Energy generation comments

Energy generation means Solar PV (photovoltaic) in the case of Tesla. The company bought SolarCity in 2016, the largest residential solar installer in the US at the time

After the acquisition, they stopped door-to-door sales (which was the cornerstone strategy of SolarCity) and focused only on selling solar through Tesla showrooms and their website. This, combined with resources being reassigned to the automotive side to support the Model 3 ramp at the time led to a serious decline in solar deployments

Elon Musk introduced the Solar Glass Roof product not long after the SolarCity acquisition, but volume production did not start until late 2020, which also did not help the deployment numbers

From early 2021 Tesla solely sells its solar pruducts bundled with their home battery, the Powerwall and vice versa. Based on Musk's comments on the 21Q1 earnings call, this decision was made mainly to simplify solar deployments, as this way, solar and batteries are always installed in the same configuration. Also with this, all Tesla energy deployments can be part of a VPP (Virtual Power Plant)

Segment Revenues ($B)


Supercharger Locations

Supercharger comments

Tesla currently has extensive coverage of North America (US, Canada & Mexico), Europe and the eastern side of China

As of November 2020 the largest fast-charging location in the world was in California on the Tesla Supercharger network, with 56 charging stalls

Stores and Service Fleet

Store and Service fleet comments

Tesla sells its products through its website, but showrooms are operated to showcase the company's products

To perform smaller repairs or adjustments, Tesla car owners can request their car to be fixed on-site, without having to take the car into a service center. The company operates a mobile service fleet to achieve this

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ZEV Credits ($M)

ZEV credit comments

Automotive manufacturers are required to sell a certain amount of Zero Emission Vehicles in certain regions like the US or Europe. Manufacturers that are not able to produce the required amount are allowed to buy surplus credits from other manufacturers, to avoid being fined. Tesla, being the largest EV manufacturer in the world has plenty of these credits to sell


TSLA does not pay dividends


Valuation Ratios

Valuation Ratios data
Trailing P/E1449.62
Price to OCF168.30
Price to FCF581.19
Price to EBITDA287.75
EV to EBITDA291.20

Valuation (Sales/Book Value)

Valuation (Sales/Book Value) data
Price to Sales31.72
Price to Book41.91
EV to Sales32.10


Per share

Per share data
Current share count963.33M
EPS (TTM)0.72
FCF per share (TTM)1.79

Income statement

Income statement data
Revenue (TTM)31.54B
Gross profit (TTM)6.63B
Operating income (TTM)1.99B
Net income (TTM)690.00M
EPS (TTM)0.72
EPS (1y forward)6.23


Margins data
Gross margin (TTM)21.02%
Operating margin (TTM)6.32%
Profit margin (TTM)2.19%

Balance Sheet

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Balance Sheet data
Net receivables1.89B
Total current assets24.70B
Intangible assets299.00M
Property, plant and equipment26.18B
Total assets52.97B
Accounts payable14.00B
Short/Current long term debt9.43B
Total current liabilities14.88B
Total liabilities29.11B
Shareholder's equity23.86B
Net tangible assets23.11B

Cash flow

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Cash flow data
Operating cash flow (TTM)5.94B
Capital expenditures (TTM)4.22B
Free cash flow (TTM)1.72B
Dividends paid (TTM)0.00

Financial returns

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Financial returns data
Return on Equity2.99%
Return on Assets1.32%
Return on Invested Capital1.98%
Cash Return on Invested Capital4.94%
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Tesla, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, leases, and sells electric vehicles, and energy generation and storage systems in the United States, China, and internationally. The company operates in two segments, Automotive, and Energy Generation and Storage. The Automotive segment offers electric vehicles, as well as sells automotive regulatory credits. It provides sedans and sport utility vehicles through direct and used vehicle sales, a network of Tesla Superchargers, and in-app upgrades; and purchase financing and leasing services. This segment is also involved in the provision of non-warranty after-sales vehicle services, sale of used vehicles, retail merchandise, and vehicle insurance, as well as sale of products through its subsidiaries to third party customers; services for electric vehicles through its company-owned service locations, and Tesla mobile service technicians; and vehicle limited warranties and extended service plans. The Energy Generation and Storage segment engages in the design, manufacture, installation, sale, and leasing of solar energy generation and energy storage products, and related services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers and utilities through its website, stores, and galleries, as well as through a network of channel partners. This segment also offers service and repairs to its energy product customers, including under warranty; and various financing options to its solar customers. The company was formerly known as Tesla Motors, Inc. and changed its name to Tesla, Inc. in February 2017. Tesla, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
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