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  1. Tesla tempts investors with a new share sale, its first since May 2019 and its biggest in the past decade. In a [url=https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/0001318605/000119312520312194/d60067d8k.htm]December 8 filing[/url] to the SEC, it confirms plans to sell up to $5bn shares of common stock in the open market “from time to time” – a move likely to give the firm more control over the share price than if it went all out with a formal secondary offering. The share price dips slightly on the news, falling by about -1.33% in early trading. The sale follows the firm’s 5-for-1 stock split in August, and comes just a few weeks before its official inclusion in the S&P500 on December 21, giving it a [url=https://www.thestreet.com/investing/tesla-plans-5-billion-share-sale-on-record-run-to-s-p-debut]whopping war chest of cash[/url] to match its massive share price rise over the past year. The money might come in handy, given that Tesla promised to boost its production levels to above 500,00 units in 2020, and Musk is [url=https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-tesla-production/tesla-has-a-shot-at-producing-500000-cars-this-year-musk-says-in-memo-idUSKBN26S2TN]sticking to that goal[/url] despite Covid chaos. And he might actually manage it – Tesla delivered 139,300 vehicles in Q3, an all-time record. In other news, sales in China soared to [url=https://electrek.co/2020/12/08/tesla-sales-surge-record-high-china/]record highs[/url] in November, with 21,604 Model 3s sold (according to data from the China Passenger Car Association), a massive 78% year-on-year increase that should go some way towards reassuring investors that jumped late onto the Tesla bandwagon this year as its stock shot up on the promise of Chinese success. Oh yeah, and Elon Musk has [url=https://www.wsj.com/articles/elon-musk-to-discuss-teslas-banner-year-despite-pandemic-silicon-valleys-future-11607449988?mod=hp_lead_pos5]moved to Texas[/url], and he’s taking Tesla with him. Apparently, California is “too complacent” and wasn’t a “great use” of his time. A lot of it is probably to do with how mad he was about California’s treatment of tech firms during the pandemic. He [url=https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1259162367285317633]threatened[/url] to move the Tesla HQ to Texas or Nevada back in May, and the firm is already [url=https://www.theverge.com/2020/7/22/21334860/tesla-cybertruck-factory-austin-texas-location-model-y]building a factory in Austin[/url] to produce its futuristic new cybertrucks. You snooze, you lose, Cali.
    Tesla tempts investors with a new share sale, its first since May 2019 and its biggest in the past decade. In a [url=https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/0001318605/000119312520312194/d60067d8k.htm]December 8 filing[/url] to the SEC, it confirms plans to sell up to $5bn shares of common stock in the open market “from time to time” – a move likely to give the firm more control over the share price than if it went all out with a formal secondary offering. The share price dips slightly on the news, falling by about -1.33% in early trading. The sale follows the firm’s 5-for-1 stock split in August, and comes just a few weeks before its official inclusion in the S&P500 on December 21, giving it a [url=https://www.thestreet.com/investing/tesla-plans-5-billion-share-sale-on-record-run-to-s-p-debut]whopping war chest of cash[/url] to match its massive share price rise over the past year. The money might come in handy, given that Tesla promised to boost its production levels to above 500,00 units in 2020, and Musk is [url=https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-tesla-production/tesla-has-a-shot-at-producing-500000-cars-this-year-musk-says-in-memo-idUSKBN26S2TN]sticking to that goal[/url] despite Covid chaos. And he might actually manage it – Tesla delivered 139,300 vehicles in Q3, an all-time record. In other news, sales in China soared to [url=https://electrek.co/2020/12/08/tesla-sales-surge-record-high-china/]record highs[/url] in November, with 21,604 Model 3s sold (according to data from the China Passenger Car Association), a massive 78% year-on-year increase that should go some way towards reassuring investors that jumped late onto the Tesla bandwagon this year as its stock shot up on the promise of Chinese success. Oh yeah, and Elon Musk has [url=https://www.wsj.com/articles/elon-musk-to-discuss-teslas-banner-year-despite-pandemic-silicon-valleys-future-11607449988?mod=hp_lead_pos5]moved to Texas[/url], and he’s taking Tesla with him. Apparently, California is “too complacent” and wasn’t a “great use” of his time. A lot of it is probably to do with how mad he was about California’s treatment of tech firms during the pandemic. He [url=https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1259162367285317633]threatened[/url] to move the Tesla HQ to Texas or Nevada back in May, and the firm is already [url=https://www.theverge.com/2020/7/22/21334860/tesla-cybertruck-factory-austin-texas-location-model-y]building a factory in Austin[/url] to produce its futuristic new cybertrucks. You snooze, you lose, Cali.

    Tesla tempts investors with a new share sale, its first since May 2019 and its biggest in the past decade. In a [url=https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/0001318605/000119312520312194/d60067d8k.htm]December 8 filing[/url] to the SEC, it confirms plans to sell up to $5bn shares of common stock in the open market from time to time a move likely to give the firm more control over the share price than if it went all out with a formal secondary offering. The share price dips slightly on the news, falling by about -1.33% in early trading.  
     
    The sale follows the firms 5-for-1 stock split in August, and comes just a few weeks before its official inclusion in the S&P500 on December 21, giving it a [url=https://www.thestreet.com/investing/tesla-plans-5-billion-share-sale-on-record-run-to-s-p-debut]whopping war chest of cash[/url] to match its massive share price rise over the past year. The money might come in handy, given that Tesla promised to boost its production levels to above 500,00 units in 2020, and Musk is [url=https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-tesla-production/tesla-has-a-shot-at-producing-500000-cars-this-year-musk-says-in-memo-idUSKBN26S2TN]sticking to that goal[/url] despite Covid chaos. And he might actually manage it Tesla delivered 139,300 vehicles in Q3, an all-time record.  
     
    In other news, sales in China soared to [url=https://electrek.co/2020/12/08/tesla-sales-surge-record-high-china/]record highs[/url] in November, with 21,604 Model 3s sold (according to data from the China Passenger Car Association), a massive 78% year-on-year increase that should go some way towards reassuring investors that jumped late onto the Tesla bandwagon this year as its stock shot up on the promise of Chinese success.   
     
    Oh yeah, and Elon Musk has [url=https://www.wsj.com/articles/elon-musk-to-discuss-teslas-banner-year-despite-pandemic-silicon-valleys-future-11607449988?mod=hp_lead_pos5]moved to Texas[/url], and hes taking Tesla with him. Apparently, California is too complacent and wasnt a great use of his time. A lot of it is probably to do with how mad he was about Californias treatment of tech firms during the pandemic. He [url=https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1259162367285317633]threatened[/url] to move the Tesla HQ to Texas or Nevada back in May, and the firm is already [url=https://www.theverge.com/2020/7/22/21334860/tesla-cybertruck-factory-austin-texas-location-model-y]building a factory in Austin[/url] to produce its futuristic new cybertrucks.  
     
    You snooze, you lose, Cali.

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