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3 Reasons Tesla Shares Are Dropping, But The 4th Is The Most Serious

Tesla Motors stock price (TSLA) is dropping because of 3 most-talked-about reasons, which is mainly covered in the media these days. But there is even more important issue, which is less talked about: the issue of Tesla's debt. And we don't hear more about it. Therefore, there are 4 reasons Tesla's stock price is tanking. Which of these four reasons, do you think is the most serious cause for the Tesla's stock price drop?
Why GM's CEO does not drive an electric car.

GM's CEO Mary Barra Promotes Electric Cars - Why She Herself Chooses Not To Drive One

In a wide-ranging interview on the subjects of electric vehicles, power infrastructure, and international trade, Mary Barra shares her vision of a future with compact EVs in everyone's driveway. However, she opts to drive the largest gasoline vehicle GM makes. Her reason is revealing.
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Fund Manager's Email To Clients: "Tesla, without any doubt, is on the verge of bankruptcy"

John Thompson, a hedge-fund manager of Vilas Capital Management, who manages $25 million, wrote his clients over the weekend and said “Tesla, without any doubt, is on the verge of bankruptcy," He has several reasons and Tesla is this fund's biggest position now. And Moody's just downgraded TSLA because of Model 3 production delays.
Tesla Model 3 Production inside factory

Tesla has 3 critical calamities, but there is good news with Model 3 too

Tesla is facing 3 critical tribulations and I a not even talking about its competition. If the CEO Elon Musk is able to face them and overcome them, then the near term prospect of the car-maker is brigh, but if Tesla can't tackle them I don't know how they will get out of this calamity. The good news is that Tesla Model 3 production may now be at 2,500 a week.
VW's battery plans to take over Tesla

VW Pressures Tesla with Battery Shock, but Tesla Wins The Lithium Gamble

Volkswagen will equip 16 factories to produce electric vehicles by the end of 2022, but imagine how much better off the world would be if VW, BMW, GM, etc had started pushing this 10 years ago. Tesla had to take all the risk up-front and finally others noticed that you can make a good looking electric car people will buy. What do you all think?

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