Roy Philipose

I have a passion for business and investing and use a combination of fundamental analysis, common business sense, and real world experience to pick stocks. I follow the investment advice of Peter Lynch, Warren Buffett, and others. I primarily work in the financial field and have over 20 years (part-time) of stock picking experience, starting in 1997. Careerwise, my goal is to become a fund manager.


Last updated: June 2020

June 29, 2020

Outperform on Tesla @ $1000 (TSLA)

June 29, 2020

Tesla (TSLA) is an automotive, battery, and solar manufacturer. They are a world-wide leader in the electronic vehicle space. Tesla cars are in demand and the company is generating cash on a regular basis. They are in a great position to capitalize on the shift from internal combustion engines to electronic drive and the shift from central energy production to distributed energy production. Tesla is growing and outlook for the company is strong. Elon Musk is Tesla's CEO.

- Roy Philipose, Independent Analyst

Stock ratings: 
Outperform (Buy) = Exceed Benchmark (S&P 500) over next 12 months.
Hold (Neutral)  = In Line with Benchmark " "
Underperform (Sell) = Underachieve Benchmark " "

Tesla: Outperform
Current Price: $1009 (closing price)
Fair Value: $700
Target Price 12M: $1000 (Target prices are hard to predict)
Reason: Growth
Bear case: $500
Bull case: $1000

Earnings Outlook:
12M (Q3/20-Q3/21): $13.00

Personal Buy Ratings:
Buy Light @ $1000s (Normal risk with normal reward)
Buy Medium @ $700s (Less risk with more reward) 
Buy Heavy @ $500s (Least risk with most reward) 

Longer Term Outlook
10 year: $10,000 by 2030

Company Pros/Cons:
Pros:
Strong Demand
Quality Product
Generally Profitable
Cash Flow Positive
Environmentally Friendly
Employee Owners
Cons:
Elon Musk (company dependent)

Disclosure: Long Tesla
Disclaimer: Investments may lose value

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