Tesla Stock

tsla stockAnother Challenging Year for TSLA Stock

The bumpy ride for Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is expected to continue this year as Tesla stock in 2018 is expected to remain as volatile as ever. Mainly driven by news about the “Model 3” and the company’s cash flows, TSLA stock investors are in for another roller coaster ride. Also, there has been no real news on the solar roof tile front, which is something eagerly awaited by many.

It is no secret that Tesla’s competitors, who happen to be in a better position financially, are coming out with their electric cars soon. As the year passes, it will become clear if Tesla can handle these competitors or not. However, the company still owns its formidable “Supercharger” network that continues to expand, and this works in favor of TSLA stock.

However, in the field of energy storage, Tesla still is quite ahead and could spring positive surprises that would boost the Tesla stock forecast for 2018.

Last year, Tesla built the world’s biggest lithium-ion battery in South Australia in a record 100 days, as Elon Musk promised. Deployment of the 100MW energy storage project in the region is expected to attract more such projects in the coming years. Tesla’s energy generation and storage solutions should be positive catalysts in the coming year, supporting TSLA stock.

The rise of Tesla stock is all about believing in Elon Musk and having unflinching faith in his ability to execute his vision. Only those who can handle the risk and sudden changes should consider TSLA stock for 2018. There are still many unanswered questions related to Tesla’s businesses, but this has always been the case with the company. However, given the excitement surrounding the Model 3, we remain cautiously optimistic in our Tesla stock forecast for 2018.

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