OT: Not to be annoying, but....

If you have 5-10 years of runway, this is a good time to buy TSLA.

It is no longer a speculation IMHO, as it was when I suggested it as a gamble almost 10 years ago.

So for friends on this board who are interested, it made sense to share this thought.

Sincerely,

jan

:^)

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Based on the strong margins, small debt, backlog of orders, lock down of nickel resources, expected revenue and skinflintedness of the management, there is a case thst the company will double by 2026.

Just saying…

Anybody goong to Omaha for the AM?

:^)

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Thanks for sharing. I recall when you first started posting about Tesla. I started buying their stock and my first car back in 2015, after you if memory serves.

I own two Teslas cars now and have had a total four. I sold 60 percent of my stock but still have a material position relative to my net worth.

I initially, about three years ago, underestimated how profitable Tesla could be and that was why I sold some of my stock at a very large gain. My updated estimates would seem too high to most people but I am beginning to believe them. What the Tesla team are achieving is historic and amazing.

Tesla plans to continue growing vehicle deliveries at 50% annual growth rates through 2030 and, very importantly, they are only spending very modest levels of capital, $5-7 billion a year. The result is very rare, the ultimate combo-platter for a business - industry-leading profit margins plus industry-leading growth.

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Thanks for sharing oakgrove.

We are fortunate to be able to ride this shift to sustainable transport, if we choose to.

Sincerely,

jan

:^)

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