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the growing electric vehicle (EV) industry.
Supported by federal funding, the EV market is expanding rapidly. However, according to the experts, in the United States, charging facilities are five to 10 times lower than they should be to fulfill Biden’s plan of “50% cars sold to be EVs by 2030.” It requires far more than the $7.5 billion allocated in the infrastructure bill to reach the goal. Additionally, the industry is still grappling with the semiconductor shortage. Since semiconductor is a key component in EV production, the deficit has been affecting the production targets of several companies. Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (MRVL) CEO Matt Murphy expects the semiconductor shortage to continue into 2022 and can potentially extend beyond that.
This EV manufacturing behemoth does not need any introduction. TSLA sells EVs, electric generation systems, and storage systems globally. The company operates through the segments Automotive; and Energy Generation and Storage.
On September 29, Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, encouraged shareholders of TSLA to join a class-action lawsuit regarding the formal investigation underway about the company’s Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). After the investigation was formally announced on August 16 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), following a series of collisions with parked emergency vehicles, TSLA’s stock slumped 4%. The company is also under investigation by several other law firms like Pomerantz LLP, the Schall Law Firm, and Glancy Prongay, and Murray LLP.
In terms of forward EV/EBIT, TSLA is currently trading at 150.41x, 1,048.6% higher than the industry average of 13.10x. Its forward price/Sales multiple of 15.21 is 1,164.3% higher than the industry average of 1.20.
In the second fiscal quarter ended June 30, TSLA’s total revenue increased 98.1% year-over-year to $11.96 billion. However, the total cost of revenues also increased 90.3% from the prior year quarter to $9.07 billion. Total operating expenses increased 67.2% from the same period last year to $1.57 billion.
The consensus EPS estimate of $7.12 for the next year (fiscal 2022) indicates a 32.3% year-over-year improvement, while the consensus revenue estimate of $67.43 billion for the upcoming year reflects a rise of 34.4% from the current year.
Over the last five days, the stock has gained marginally to close yesterday’s trading session at $781.53.
TSLA’s POWR Ratings are consistent with this bleak outlook. The POWR Ratings are calculated by considering 118 different factors, with each factor weighted to an optimal degree. The stock has a Value grade of F, and a Stability grade of D. It is ranked #34 out of the 63 stocks in the Auto & Vehicle Manufacturers industry. This industry is rated D.
Click here to see the additional POWR Ratings for TSLA (Growth, Momentum, Sentiment, and Quality).
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