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TSLA 1x Tsla

355.25
0.05 (0.01%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Name Symbol Market Type
1x Tsla LSE:TSLA London Exchange Traded Fund
  Price Change % Change Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Traded Last Trade
  0.05 0.01% 355.25 341.75 368.65 - 142 16:35:21

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05/4/2024
18:09
As you point out, higher temperature allows higher concentrations of water vapour. The point I was making is that it is this mechanism that eventually forms clouds, transports the water around for free, and eventually falls as rainfall. Whilst the higher temperature will mean heavier bursts of rain it's a mechanism we don't want to change (actually you can fairly easily do this with cloud seeding). What we need to do is remove the gases that aren't supposed to be there and we've been pumping into the atmosphere since the industrial revolution.
cfb2
05/4/2024
17:46
cfb
It is water VAPOUR that has the greenhouse effect
But every one degree rise in temperature allows 7%!! more water vapour to remain in the atmosphere as a gas rather than as a liquid (cloud) - so we have a massive feedback loop - That's the "tipping point" that climate scientists keep talking about +1.5 degrees - and we are just about there. That puts us on an automatic course to maybe +20 barring artificial things like reflective mirrors etc. etc. which may or may not work

hosede
05/4/2024
16:47
Bluster we're not going to reach carbon neutrality ever - we are FAR TOO BLOODY GREEDY And anyway it looks as though water vapour is now the main greenhouse gas
hosede
05/4/2024
16:44
Perhaps they will be able to convert their factories to tennis courts :-0
hosede
05/4/2024
15:28
I bet you're fun at a dinner party!
juliemara
05/4/2024
09:49
Maybe you should have said that to the passengers on the Titanic. The situation could turn out to be quite similar
hosede
05/4/2024
07:26
Rather than perpetually posting negativity why not come up with some suggestions? Or have you taken the BBC's pledge?
juliemara
04/4/2024
23:10
It's not an investment, there is no chance of a reasonable return on capital spent from operational profits.The taxpayer is enriching with subsidies and in return it is getting intermittent and uncompetitively priced electricity.

Utter Stupidity

The UK’s new £9.1bn wind farm that's world's largest and will power 6 million homes when the Wind Blows

johnwise
04/4/2024
23:09
VIDEO

GB News Economics and Business Editor, Liam Halligan, discusses the plummet in electric car sales,

Electric car sales PLUMMET:
GB News

johnwise
04/4/2024
17:48
Bear squeeze going on today i think
hosede
03/4/2024
12:36
I suspect the rush to EVs has peaked and the move back to horses and carts - as suggested above - is much more likely.
We are facing two huge threats:
The global debt crisis which will dominate the next several decades and the much more serious climate crisis - which will decimate standards of living and probably also populations.
I can see history - if there is anyone left to write it - recording that privately owned motor cars were a feature of the second half of the twentieth and first half of the twentyfirst century and then largely died out

hosede
03/4/2024
10:54
Starting to get a bit uncool saying you own a Tesla. Musk should keep his mouth shut or just talk about cars
inaminute
03/4/2024
08:22
VIDEO

Fox Business

Former Chrysler and Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli on consumer expectations clashing with EV market results and the state of the U.S. economy.

Ex-Chrysler CEO warns EVs are ‘not going to make it’

johnwise
02/4/2024
22:34
Being agnostic wrt the share price, all that actually matters is the cost-per-vehicle-sold.

I can understand those who think TSLA stock is overvalued - but those who think BEVs won’t wipe ICE vehicles off the map are delusional.

blusteradjuster
02/4/2024
22:23
Tesla shares slump after posting 'ugly' set of global sales figures

Tesla has been facing intense competition in China from local players including BYD and new entrant Xiaomi

Tesla posted a global fall in quarterly deliveries for the first time in nearly four years and missed analysts' estimates, a performance some described as "ugly" as price cuts failed to stir up demand in a highly competitive market.

johnwise
29/3/2024
11:22
If only the elderly competition for Tesla could understand it is not simply an issue of a motor, or batteries, or body production, or sale online, or support online, or informatics. It's all of it, and they are doing it so poorly. Meanwhile Tesla improves each of the key areas making it harder to get traction on making up the difference.
dominiccummings
29/3/2024
11:22
Amazing to me that anyone would want to go into making cars - of any kind!
There are so many complications and pitfalls, The competitors legion and the profits minute or non- existent.

hosede
29/3/2024
10:18
Every manufacturer pits themselves against Tesla and BYD because they are the market leaders for EV cars. So Xiaomi, a Chinese mobile phone company, has launched their SU7 model car starting at $30k, which is about $4k cheaper than Tesla's model 3. The CEO says they will be selling each car at a loss. He says they are going to have a $80k variant of the model aimed at the Porsche Taycan.

Surprisingly easy to produce low volume of cars and sell them at a loss. CEO says at least 2-3 years before sold outside of China and expect to be in the top tier of car manufacturers in 10-15 years. CEO is a big fan of Tesla's FSD, commenting that it is the benchmark in autonomy.

GM also said they would pass Tesla in EV cars sales by 2025. Last year they produced around 2k cars compared to Tesla's 2m. All of GM's EV cars sell at a loss too.

cfb2
28/3/2024
06:33
Xiaomi: the Chinese smartphone giant taking on Tesla


Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is set to launch its first electric vehicle (EV) and begin taking orders on Thursday.

Its chief executive Lei Jun said this week that the Speed Ultra 7 (SU7) would be priced below 500,000 yuan ($69,186; £54,836).

The move will see the technology giant taking on rivals like Tesla and BYD.
The SU7, which Xiaomi has been teasing since last year, has drawn comparisons to Porsche's Taycan and Panamera sports car models.

It will be made by a unit of state-owned car manufacturer BAIC Group at a plant in Beijing that can produce as many as 200,000 vehicles a year.



VIDEO..Donald Trump: "I'll take jobs back from Communist China

johnwise
25/3/2024
14:21
Cathy seems to be holding this up almost single handed at the moment! Dealers love to bump it up first thing in the morning to try and encourage buyers, but after a few muppets are sucked in, it always falls back.
EDIT
Cathy bought another 163k yesterday. It's difficult to compete - I don't have her fire power :-0

hosede
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