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Avg Daily Volume: 11,855,749    Market Cap: 101.81B
Sector: Consumer Goods    Short Interest: 19.47


     THIS QTR:   EPS:                1.72/share     REV:  7,020/M
     LAST QTR:  EPS:                 -.42/share      ACTUAL:  1.86/share  (BEAT)
     NEXT QTR:  EPS:                 .77/share     REV:  6,730/M
     FULL YR:     EPS:                 -.45/share     REV: 24,470/M

*These are the base metrics we will be watching against the actual release numbers


PRIOR ‘JUMP ZONE’ MOVES (LAST 3 QTRS %) 19.73, -14.84, -4.8


Links To Latest News and Headlines

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez is hoping to establish his city as the next great tech hub. 

Short bets on Tesla Inc were the most unprofitable trade in 2020, as the electric automaker saw its shares surge over 740% en route to becoming the world’s most valuable automaker. In a note to clients, Ihor Dusaniwsky, managing director of predictive analytics at S3 Partners, said mark-to-market short losses for Tesla totaled over $40 billion, as it was “far and away the most unprofitable trade in 2020 and had the largest yearly loss we have seen historically.” Overall, shorts were down $245 billion, net of financing, in 2020 as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq rallied back from pandemic selling early in the year to near record highs as 2020 was closed out.

Stock in the streaming provider jumped after the hedge fund disclosed it had been a pre-IPO investor.

The Dow Jones rallied as President Joe Biden used executive orders to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic, and then it reversed lower. Apple stock rose as Tesla stock slipped.

(Bloomberg) — Tesla Inc.’s dizzying surge through 2020 showcased an investor craze for snapping up shares of the company and not in buying its cars, David Einhorn‘s Greenlight Capital said in a letter to investors on Thursday.“The fad is in owning Tesla stock,” according to the fund’s fourth-quarter letter seen by Bloomberg News. Tesla cars “are not a fad; if they were, Tesla would sell many more than it does,” the letter said.Tesla shares were slightly lower to $846.90 Thursday after having surged more than 900% since the start of 2020. That compares to a 19% rise for the S&P 500. Greenlight’s portfolio was hammered by losses in betting against Elon Musk’s automaker throughout 2020 with the position marking its largest loser.Greenlight representatives didn’t immediately return a request for comment. Tesla didn’t immediately reply to an email asking for comment.Greenlight calls out the stock’s rally and its more than $800 billion valuation as “silly,” highlighting that in the 2000 internet bubble Cisco Systems Inc. maxed out at 29 times revenue, which is a discount to Tesla’s current level.As a result of the stock’s 2020 boom, Greenlight underwent efforts to “sidestep most of the significant second-half rally” for shares ahead of its inclusion in the S&P 500, the letter said.Greenlight’s success through the final three months of 2020 — the fund returned 25% in the fourth-quarter — allowed it to net a 5.2% return for the year. That gain markedly lagged an 18% return for the broader S&P 500 over the year.Other highlights from the letter:Reiterated short call on Assured Guaranty Ltd. after the fund had discussions with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Shares of the company fell as much as 6% Thursday, the most since Nov. 3. “As we said almost three years ago and will reiterate now, Einhorn’s analysis demonstrates a fundamental lack of understanding of our business model,” Robert Tucker, head of investor relations and communications, said in an emailed statement.The fund touted investments in FuboTV Inc. and Danimer Scientific Inc. as bets that have realized notable gains since going public.Greenlight didn’t initiate or close out any significant positions in the fourth-quarter and has net long exposure of 64%, which is “higher than it has been in some time.” The letter said the fund is positioned for higher inflation, rising interest rates, and a strong housing market.(Updates with comment from Assured Guaranty in 8th paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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