Thursday, October 31, 2013

Does Tesla Have the Charge to Hold Recent Gains?

FSR Staff

In our first issue of Foundry Stock Review on October 15th, 2013 we detailed Tesla Motors (TSLA) as a stock on cruise control for the first nine months of 2013, launching from $35 to $194 in record time. During the past month, some negative publicity on two car fires and valuation concerns have caused some skittish investors to head to the sidelines for a pit stop.

Our price target in the next 12 to 18 months for Tesla is considerably higher than current prices near $160. We will keep an eye on earnings to be presented on November 5th. However, we are focused on the next several quarters as there are sure to be some speed bumps, as the company has become high profile in a short period of time. Swings of 10% or more are to be expected short term, but with a one to two year time frame, we will stay focused beyond a single earnings report.

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