TESLA : Can Electric Vehicle Survive in the Pandemic?

(Thu, 6 August 2020). Tesla stock has been stable above $1,480. But analysts are starting to question the survivability of the electric car market, minus Tesla. `Mad Money` host Jim Cramer sees the electric vehicle market turning from boom to bust, but there`s a sizable exception with Tesla.

Tesla is shining in the middle of a pandemic, recording high sales, and strengthening its presence in the Chinese market. Analysts warn that the electric car market’s bubble is imploding, expressing concerns about its sustainability. The sentiment around TSLA remains optimistic, as it remains relatively stable in comparison to other carmakers. Tesla stock (NASDAQ:TSLA) has been stable above $1,480, retaining a market cap of over $277 billion. But analysts are starting to question the survivability of the electric car market, minus Tesla.

While the rest of the electric car market begins to rattle, Tesla has seen strong momentum for three key factors. The catalysts are a strong presence in China’s car market, high Q2 sales, and improving brand value. If the electric car sector fades, the better-than-expected performance of Tesla could further catalyze its dominance over the market.


Strategists Say Electric Car Market is Imploding, Won’t This Benefit Tesla?

According to a former hedge fund manager and CNBC host Jim Cramer, electric vehicle stocks are starting to “implode.” In recent months, Cramer explained that electric car makers saw upward momentum through reverse merges and initial public offerings (IPOs). Over time, he said it has started to look more like a bubble, expressing concerns about the market’s sustainability. Meanwhile, Tesla has remained relatively stable, despite seeing a “fear of missing out” (FOMO) rally throughout July. Analysts feared that the overheated rally of Tesla, seemingly fueled by Robinhood retail users, could pull back quickly.

The robust momentum of Tesla stock suggests that its fundamentals are offsetting risks of correction. Tesla has one element that many American companies do not have, and that is a strong market in China. Alongside Apple, the carmaker has been able to target the Chinese market in recent months. The two companies saw a common theme: strong Q2 sales in China. Tesla is in an ideal position to see further growth in the next four months. Other electric car makers are struggling due to various factors, including the pandemic and lackluster consumer demand. Yet the demand for Tesla vehicles is continuously surging. Based on the trend, Cramer emphasized the bull market of the carmaker is real.


Surging Demand is Met With Aggressive Expansion

Tesla is planning a third car factory in the U.S., following the construction of Gigafactories in Austin and Berlin. Similar to Apple’s aggressive response to rising consumer demand for the AirPods in 2019, Tesla is expanding swiftly. In the near-term, the electric car market’s slump and Tesla’s growth may achieve three things. It could increase Tesla’s market dominance, strengthen the carmaker’s brand, and increase production capacity.








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