Tesla Motors

NASDAQ: TSLA
$995.65
-$34.86 (-3.4%)
Closing price January 19, 2022
Although markets turned lower Tuesday, this did not stop analysts from hiking their targets on a couple of trillion-dollar tech stocks.
A couple of Cathie Wood's ARK Invest exchange-traded funds sold nearly 90,000 shares of Tesla on January 13.
Trading action was somewhat muted in the first half of Wednesday's trading session, and meme stocks were no exception.
Meme stocks did not fare too well in Monday trading, with a significant exception.
Growth stocks got pummeled Wednesday and the meme stocks were among those getting beaten up. Thursday didn't start out a lot better.
Our meme stock watch list had another rough day Tuesday, but Wednesday was shaping up to be considerably brighter for one stock we haven't heard from for a while.
U.S. equity markets got off to a good start on Monday and most meme stocks got in on investors' willingness to buy.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Broadcom, Carrier Global, Canadian Pacific Railway, Coca-Cola, Eli Lilly, Marvell Technology, Pfizer, Regions Financial, Stryker, Synchrony...
The strong report from Tesla on fourth-quarter deliveries lifted share prices for other electric vehicle makers, both domestic and foreign.
Tesla saw massive gains to kick off the New Year as its fourth-quarter deliveries massively beat expectations.
Tesla easily beat fourth-quarter delivery estimates to bring its 2021 delivery total to near 1 million vehicles. There have been some interesting developments in other meme stocks as well.
Tesla recall has only a modest impact on stock price, and a look at the stocks that got the most mentions this year on WallStreetBets.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Ford, General Motors, Grab, Kanzhun, McDonald’s, Peloton Interactive, Tesla, Ulta Beauty, XPO Logistics, Zhihu and Zoom Video Communications.
A few of Cathie Wood's ARK Invest exchange-traded funds sold over 20,000 shares of Tesla on December 28.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he's finished selling stock, and a semi truck made the first fully autonomous run on public roads without a driver in the cab.