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Tesla shares are about to take a turn for the worse: Piper Jaffray

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Tesla shares are about to take a turn for the worse: Piper Jaffray. The stock has tumbled more than 17 percent this year with losses accelerating last week following a mediocre reception to its Model Y unveiling. You've been backing and filling since," Craig Johnson, chief market technician at Piper Jaffray, said Friday on CNBC's "Trading Nation." "To me, it looks like we're going to come back down and retest the lower end of this price channel, confirm it before you can do any sort of tactical trading opportunity with these shares," said Johnson.

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Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA), Worthington Industries, Inc. (NYSE:WOR) - Nikola's New President Talks Zero Emissions, Tesla And How Hydrogen Will Save The World

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"This is the direction I've been trending toward in my career," said the former Worthington Industries Inc. (NYSE: WOR) president and chief operating officer, who a few weeks ago joined Phoenix-based Nikola Motor Company as the zero emissions vehicle startup's first president. He first met Trevor Milton, Nikola's founder and CEO, when Milton's previous company, dHybrid Systems, a business that developed natural gas systems for large vehicles, became one of the biggest customers of Worthington's high pressure carbon composite division. Like other startups in the hugely competitive zero emissions vehicle space (see Tesla), Nikola occasionally trips over its ambitions. During the conversation, the newly minted clean-tech executive talked about electric-hydrogen synergies, Nikola's competitive edge and how hydrogen will save the world.

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Battery start-ups are raising millions in the battle to crush Tesla

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Starting this year, several start-ups with batteries they believe are big improvements over current lithium-ion technology will introduce their cells to the commercial market. The long development timeline for these start-ups is a sign of how difficult pushing battery technology can be. For powering your smartphone or your Tesla TSLA Model 3, there's currently nothing better than the lithium-ion battery. Since its introduction in 1991, the rechargeable lithium battery has been the standard for everyday tech devices and electric-vehicle power. Many of the world's more than 3 million electric vehicles run on lithium-ion batteries. But as the world races toward an electric future, it needs something better than the lithium-ion battery in order to keep pace. More energy density means cheaper, lighter batteries that last longer on a single charge. Fortunately, there are battery start-ups trying to build better batteries, ones with lower costs, improved energy densities and better performance for supercharged industrial products and consumer technology, as well as electric vehicles, which would charge more quickly and travel longer distances.

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Tesla Model Y? The Real Why For Investors Is Tesla Stock

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The Tesla Model Y failed to wow Wall Street, but the real issue is Tesla's stock performance over the past several months and years.

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Tesla Unveils Model Y: What You Need to Know

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Daniel Sparks, The Motley FoolMotley FoolMarch 16, 2019, 12:00 PM GMT. Late Thursday night, electric-car company Tesla(NASDAQ: TSLA) unveiled its follow-up act to its Model 3. Tesla doesn't plan to start shipping Model Y units until fall of next year -- and initial deliveries will be high-end variants only, including performance, long-range, and dual-motor versions. A Model Y fills a missing spot in Tesla's vehicle lineup. When Tesla's luxury Model S sedan was the company's only vehicle in production, the launch of its Model X -- Tesla's full-size SUV -- essentially doubled the company's addressable market and doubled annual sales volume. But the lower-cost Model 3 sedan currently doesn't have a counterpart the way the Model S does.

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Musk Says Tesla `Would Love to Be' in India This Year or Next, Auto News, ET Auto

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“Would love to be there this year. If not, definitely next!” Tesla’s billionaire chief executive officer said in a Twitter post, nearly ten months after he blamed restrictive policy for delaying the carmaker’s entry into the world’s fourth largest automobile market. The Narendra Modi-led government has been wooing Tesla to set up a factory but Musk, in a May 2018 Twitter post, had pointed to “some challenging government regulations” as a hurdle. Tesla broke ground in January on a $5 billion factory in China, its first car-manufacturing facility outside the U.S., after four years of planning. Tapping overseas markets may help the U.S.-based automaker stave off a potential dip in demand on its home turf. While India is a promising market for electric vehicle makers, it has lagged far behind neighboring China, plagued by minimal government support for cleaner technology and paucity of charging stations.

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Broadcom and Ulta Beauty post gains, Facebook and Tesla dip

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Broadcom and Ulta Beauty post gains, Facebook and Tesla dip. The airplane maker will install a software upgrade to its now grounded 737 Max aircraft, according to media reports. The chip provider's first-quarter profit beat Wall Street forecasts and it will return $12 billion to investors through dividends and buybacks. Two executives, including chief product officer Chris Cox, are leaving the social media company as it shifts focus to private messaging.

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Why this expert says some have a 'glass half empty' approach to Tesla

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Why this expert says some have a 'glass half empty' approach to Tesla. CNBC VideosMarch 15, 2019, 8:58 PM GMT. Dan Ives from Wedbush Securities and Craig Irwin of Roth Capital join "Closing Bell" to discuss Tesla's new Model Y SUV and why the stock moved lower after the announcement. What to read next.

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Stock Market Today: Tesla's New Crossover SUV Leaves Investors Wanting More

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Stock Market Today: Tesla's New Crossover SUV Leaves Investors Wanting More. Steve Symington, The Motley FoolMotley FoolMarch 15, 2019, 8:50 PM GMT. Stocks ended the week on a high note after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he was "pleased" with progress made in recent trade talks with China. Oil stocks dropped as the price of crude pulled back from a four-month high, leaving the SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF(NYSEMKT: XOP) down 0.9%. As for individual stocks, two in particular bucked the positive trend: Tesla(NASDAQ: TSLA) fell in the wake of unveiling its new Model Y crossover SUV, while Noodles & Company(NASDAQ: NDLS) slumped on earnings news.

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Musk's Model Y Debut Leads to Tesla’s Worst Post-Party Rout

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Musk's Model Y Debut Leads to Tesla’s Worst Post-Party Rout. (Bloomberg) -- Tesla Inc. shares plunged 5 percent Friday, the worst rout for the stock following one of Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk’s parties to hype a new product or service. The unveiling of the Model Y electric crossover was a more subdued affair than some of Musk’s past performances, and Tesla’s customer-deposit strategy rekindled concerns about the company’s cash position. Tesla immediately began charging $2,500 to order a Model Y, which won’t be available for at least a year and a half. When Musk last debuted a vehicle for the mass market -- the Model 3 sedan -- Tesla took $1,000 reservations from consumers.

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