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'Another major step forward': Here's what 6 Wall Street analysts had to say after Tesla's earnings beat expectations

'Much to be excited about': Here's what 4 analysts are saying about Tesla ahead of its 3rd-quarter earnings report

Tesla will gain another 14% as company closes in on 500,000 annual deliveries, Wedbush says

Tesla reports 2nd quarter earnings Wednesday amid a searing stock rally. Here's what 4 Wall Street analysts are talking about ahead of the report.

Tesla hits an all-time high for the 5th trading session in a row

Tesla's recent rally has pushed the stock up more than 200% this year. Here are CEO Elon Musk's most controversial tweets about the market.

Tesla will surge another 24% over the next year as it grows to $100 billion in revenue by 2025, says new biggest bull on Wall Street

Tesla sold 20,000 more cars in the 2nd quarter than Wall Street expected, despite shuttering its only US factory because of the coronavirus

Tesla jumps 8% to record high after Elon Musk email shows optimism around a profitable 2nd quarter

Tesla surges 5% to a new high after delivering a record number of vehicles at the end of 2019

Tesla delivered 367,500 cars in 2019 — beating its own guidance

Tesla tumbles 7% after producing a disappointing number of vehicles last quarter

Tesla's third-quarter production numbers hit the low-end of Wall Street's expectations

An analyst who thinks Tesla is worth $0 sees even more bad news in August's delivery numbers

Elon Musk tells Tesla employees in leaked email that the company needs to catch up on car deliveries before the end of the quarter

'By whatever means necessary': Tesla leaves some customers in the lurch as it rushes to deliver cars by the end of the quarter

Tesla says it delivered about 63,000 vehicles in the first quarter of 2019, a 31% drop from Q4 2018

Tesla's stock could drop another 27% after Wednesday's sell-off: JPMorgan

Tesla delivered slightly fewer Model 3s than Wall Street expected last quarter

Tesla's delivery beat 'does not change the big picture' in the eyes of sceptical Wall Street analysts