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3 Ways Tesla’s Moving To $4,000 a Share

3 Ways Tesla’s Moving To $4,000 a Share

I predict that Tesla will become a $4,000 stock.

If you’ve been following me for a while, that’s not the first time you’ve heard me say it.

The company is making big strides in innovation and expansion.

And today, I’m going to tell you about three new drivers that will push my Tesla prediction even closer to reality.

The company is right on track to make an even bigger name for itself. I believe we’re gearing up to see its stock skyrocket in the coming years.

Check out this week’s Market Talk below:

In today’s Market Talk, Amber Lancaster and I dive into the two groundbreaking innovations set to push Tesla to the next level.

Plus, a new development in the U.S.-China tariff battle is going to help Tesla stand out as a leading company in the trade war.

This week, we also discuss:

  • It’s more important than ever to keep politics out of your investing strategy, and my team and I talk about why it’s key to keep political feelings and investment as separate frames of mind.
  • With summer vacation coming to an end, we want you to be on the lookout for new initial public offerings (IPOs). There are many set to come back in full force after the Labor Day holiday.

My team and I are always sharing these breaking news updates with each other. If you want to stay up to date on what I’m scoping out across the internet, be sure to follow me on Twitter @MampillyGuru.


Paul Mampilly

Editor, Profits Unlimited

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