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The company is expected to burn over $2 billion this year as it begins production of its Model 3. It is currently only capitalized for the next three quarters.feedback
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Aug 01 2017 Tesla
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May 03 2017 - Tesla

Investors remain hypnotized by Tesla's CEO ... The enthusiasm for Tesla and other bubble basket stocks is reminiscent of the March 2000 dotcom bubble. While we don't know exactly when the bubble pop, it eventually will.feedback

May 03 2017 - Tesla

GM trades at a significant discount to its intrinsic value despite the company's strong operating performance. We generally avoid public activism, but in this case management has misrepresented our idea, and we think our fellow shareholders deserve an opportunity of new way the merits of our plan for themselves. For the time being, investors remain hypnotized by Tesla's CEO. We're skeptical that the company will be able to mass market its Model 3 at volumes and margins and justify the current valuation.feedback

Apr 12 2017

We think the credit rating process has been unfairly manipulated. We call on GM to allow us to work directly with the credit rating agencies.feedback

Mar 28 2017

I would compare it to an ice cream stand that just serves chocolate and vanilla swirl ice cream. If you gave investors more choice, some people like chocolate. Some like vanilla. Some like swirl.feedback

Mar 28 2017

It trades below its multiple in the S&P 500. The PE is less than six. The payout, the dividend yield, which is more than 4 percent ... puts it among the highest. And further, they're only paying out about a quarter of their earnings.feedback

Mar 28 2017

You're going to have a lot of jobs. You're going to have higher wages because you're going to have maybe a labor shortage. Plus you're going to have higher interest income because the Fed is raising interest rates. All of this is very positive for personal income. If you have high levels of personal income, I think you're going to wind up with high levels of demand for new cars. … Investors are very focused on things like infrastructure stocks, when really I think that if you believe the Trump story, you should be investing in consumer durables like autos.feedback

Mar 28 2017

If you have high levels of personal income, I think you're going to wind up with high levels of demand for new cars and, also, better-than-expected performance in the credit subsidiaries. If you really believe the Trump story, you should be investing in consumer durables like autos.feedback

Mar 28 2017

Our plan ... would provide the company complete strategic flexibility without adding any default, refinancing, or balance sheet risk.feedback

Jan 31 2017

Our sense is that Mr. Trump doesn't hold any core policy beliefs and is apt to change his mind as he sees fit. This will lead to more political and economic uncertainty and less stability.feedback

Jan 17 2017 - Wall Street

We'd like to share our views of what a Trump presidency (TP) might look like and why we believe we are well-positioned for 2017. In short, we believe that the post-Great Recession easy money policies have been good for Wall Street but bad for Main Street. It's possible that the TP reverses these policies.feedback

Jan 17 2017 - Protectionism

While it's hard to know exactly where President-elect Donald Trump stands from day to day, his main economic policy objective appears to be employment. To that end, he has proposed corporate tax cuts, infrastructure investment and military buildup, combined with anti-immigration policies and trade protectionism.feedback

Jan 17 2017 - Netflix

Bubble basket stocks mostly don't have profits, which makes them unlikely to benefit from corporate tax cuts. Further, an accelerating economy should allow investors to find growth without needing to pay nosebleed prices for a narrow group of profitless top-line growth stocks.feedback

Jul 26 2016

We began buying in Q4 2015, believing that TiO2 [titanium dioxide] prices were at or near the bottom. As the market caught up to our thinking, the shares began a rapid recovery, and we held an incomplete position. In June, a short recommendation achieved widespread publicity and caused the shares to temporarily retreat, enabling us to complete purchasing our stake at attractive prices.feedback

Jul 26 2016

Sure, there will be a handful of companies that suffer idiosyncratic issues, but the U.K. economy is simply not big enough for even a devalued British pound to have a large direct impact on global trade.feedback

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