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Tuesday Apple Rumors: MacBook Pro, Tesla Bid and ECG App

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In this week’s Tuesday Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), the company unveiled a new MacBook Pro, it revealed that it bid to acquire Tesla six years ago and Health Canada has given the business approval to roll out an ECG app. Here’s what you should know as we head into Tuesday’s action:. Apple added that the new MacBook Pro offers a performance that is two times faster than a quad-core MacBook Pro, as well as 40% more performance than a 6-core MacBook Pro. Tesla Buyout Bid: Apple reportedly made a “serious bid” for Tesla around 2013 which would’ve cost the company roughly $240 per share, according to Craig Irwin, a senior analyst at investment firm Roth Capital Partners.

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Tesla reduces prices on Models S and X amid stock slump

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Tesla reduces prices on Models S and X amid stock slump. DETROIT (AP) — Faced with a slumping stock price and questions about demand for its vehicles, Tesla has lowered the U.S. base prices of its two most expensive models. The company on Monday cut $3,000 from the price of the Model S sedan and $2,000 from the Model X SUV. Tesla wouldn't say if slowing sales influenced the decision. But the company did say it periodically adjusts prices and available options like other car companies.

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Why Investors Shouldn’t Panic about Tesla’s $10 Projection

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Why Investors Shouldn’t Panic about Tesla’s $10 ProjectionTesla stockThis morning, Tesla (TSLA) was in the red for a fifth consecutive day. At 9:35 AM Eastern Time, Tesla stock was trading at $198.18, 3.5% lower than its previous day’s.

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Cramer calls Morgan Stanley's $10 worst-case on Tesla stock 'really insane'

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CNBC's Jim Cramer on Tuesday said that Morgan Stanley cutting its worst-case forecast on Tesla from $97-per-share to just $10 appears to be a gimmick. Morgan Stanley, in a research note Tuesday co-authored by Adam Jonas, said the bear call was based on demand concerns and exposure in China. "Our revised bear case assumes Tesla misses our current Chinese volume forecast by roughly half," Jonas and his colleagues wrote, citing "the highly volatile trade situation in the region." Shares of Tesla were hitting 2½-year lows Tuesday, below $200 at the worst levels of the session. However, that was a far cry from its all-time low of under $15 in July 2010, less than a month after it went public at $17.

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Tesla could plummet another 10% before finding a bottom, chart analyst warns

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Tesla could plummet another 10% before finding a bottom, chart analyst warns. Oppenheimer's head of technical analysis, Ari Wald, said the stock could see a short-term bounce after its extreme sell-off this year, though predicting that is too difficult to be a solid strategy. "The more important thing for us as a group of investors who prefer high-momentum and long-term trend following is that the trend is broken and that there's more attractive opportunities for funds elsewhere," Wald told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Monday. Oftentimes, prior support becomes resistance on the way back up so that's what I'd be looking at as a ceiling. And now with this drop it places the stock back in the range that it had been in for much of that 2014 to 2016 period.

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Tesla Shorts Have Made A $1B Profit This Month

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It’s been a brutal month for Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) investors, with the stock down 15.3 percent on concerns about demand for Tesla vehicles and the company’s ongoing cash burn. With Tesla shares now trading below $200, Tesla short sellers have made a net profit of more than $1.07 billion in May, according to S3 Partners analyst Ihor Dusaniwsky. Tesla’s short position is up 50.2 percent this year to 12.8 million shares. Even after the first two weeks of May, Dusaniwsky said short covering has been limited. “With Tesla short sellers making back more of than half of the mark-to-market losses they had incurred since 2016 and stock loan availability plentiful (shares shorted are nowhere near the almost 42 million shares shorted in early 2018) there is very little chance of the mother of all short squeezes occurring in the near future,” Dusaniwsky said.

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Tesla Stock Is Down Again and There’s a Scary Worst-Case Scenario Out There

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Tesla stock, already under pressure as a formerly bullish analyst continued his backtracking, dropped again as another Wall Street analyst suggested that the stock could fall a whopping 95% further.

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Why Tesla Stock Fell 2.6% in Premarket Session

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Why Tesla Stock Fell 2.6% in Premarket SessionTesla stock fallsToday at 7:03 AM EST, Tesla (TSLA) fell to $199.99 in the premarket session, down 2.6% from yesterday’s closing price. On May 20, the stock fell below the $200 psychological level for.

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