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189.45 USD -2.77% -5.41
OPEN 189.39
DAY RANGE 190.50 - 188.36
52 WEEK RANGE 402.67 - 166.19
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Valuations metrics

Market capitalization 615.3B
Enterprise value 601.4B
Trailing pe 55.99425
Forward pe 34.549644
Peg ratio 0.99
Price to sales ttm 8.219269
Price to book mrq 15.441793
Enterprise to revenue 8.033
Enterprise to ebitda 37.562


Fiscal year ends 2021-12-31
Most recent quarter 2022-09-30
Profit margin 0.14947
Operating margin 0.16569
Return on assets ttm 0.11723
Return on equity ttm 0.32242
Income statement
Revenue ttm 74.9B
Revenue per share ttm 24.151
Quarterly revenue growth 0.559
Gross profit ttm 13.6B
Ebitda 16.3B
Net income to common ttm 11.2B
Diluted eps ttm 3.48
Quarterly earnings growth yoy 1.035
Balance sheet
Revenue ttm 74.9B
Total cash mrq 21.1B
Total cash per share mrq 6.684
Total debt mrq 5.9B
Total debt to equity mrq 14.284
Current ratio mrq 1.462
Book value per share mrq 12.619
Cash flow
Operating cash flow ttm 16B
Levered free cash flow ttm 6.6B

Stock statistics

Shares outstanding 3.2B
Float shares 2.7B
Avg 10 volume 84.6M
Avg 30 volume 86.3M
Shares short 78.3M
Short ratio 0.88
Short percent of shares outstanding 0.030199999
Percent held by insiders 0.16324
Percent held by institutions 0.44749

Stock price summary

Fifty two week low 166.19
Fifty two week high 402.66666
Fifty two week change -77.53
Beta 1.971345
Day 50 ma 215.2262
Day 200 ma 264.2307

Dividends and splits

Last split factor 3-for-1 split
Last split date 2022-08-25

Tesla Inc. (TSLA) Company Profile

Tesla Inc. is an electric vehicle manufacturer and clean energy-focused company with Headquarters in Palo Alto, California, United States.

The company was founded in 2003 by two engineers Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning. Elon Musk, who is the current Tesla CEO has the majority stake in the company. Tesla trades on the Nasdaq exchange under the ticker TSLA. The company went public on June 29, 2010. 

Tesla designs, develops, manufactures, and sells electric vehicles and designs, manufactures, installs, and sells solar energy generation and energy storage products. Tesla has two main product lines which include automotive, and energy generation and storage. Popular Tesla’s electric vehicles include Model 3, Model Y, Model S, and Model X. Its energy storage products include Powerwall and Powerpack.

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Key Tesla Milestones

On November 3rd, 2008, Tesla evaded bankruptcy after securing a $40 million financing commitment. The company’s financial situation had worsened in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. 

On March 26, 2009, Tesla unveiled its Model S prototype. The first generation Model S had a range of more than 300 miles per charge and could go from 0 to 60 mph in about 5.5 seconds.

On November 21, 2016, Tesla officially entered the solar business. Tesla managed to buy SolarCity after 85% of shareholders from both companies agreed to close the deal.

On November 21, 2019, Tesla unveiled the Cybertruck marking the company’s first passenger truck with an estimated 14,000 pounds of towing capacity.

In 2020, as the rest of the stock market was witnessing a massive crash, Tesla stocks had risen significantly. By November 30, 2020, Tesla’s stock price had increased by 580% YTD. Additionally, in 2020, Tesla performed a 5-for-1 (5:1) forward split meaning that for every 1 share of Tesla owned, investors received 4 additional shares. The price per share decreased, but the number of shares increased.

Tesla Frequently Asked Questions

How many times has Tesla split its stock?

Since going public, Tesla has had only one split. The split for TSLA took place on August 31, 2020, on a 5:1 basis.

Does Tesla pay dividends?

Since going public, Tesla has never declared dividends on its common stock. According to the company, it plans to retain all earnings to finance future growth. The company has ruled out any possibility of paying cash dividends soon.

How does Tesla promote its products?

Tesla does not have an advertising budget for its products. Instead, the company relies on word of mouth advertising. The company usually encourages existing customers to refer to potential customers. Additionally, the company has a huge interest from the mainstream media that help spread the word.