Monthly Archives: June 2018

Bloomberg’s Tesla “cash burn” theories up for test as make-or-break H1 ’18 comes to an end

It is make-or-break time for both Tesla and its detractors, as an historical first half of 2018 comes to a wrap in the next few days. A Tesla news overload through the past year has resulted in a wild and … Continue reading

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Tesla’s next short squeeze: will stock go “Supernova”?

Discussions about a possible new epic “short squeeze” on Tesla stock are trending these days. The company is going through the most important transition in its young history, as the electric car and energy company strives to achieve mass market … Continue reading

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Milan’s new diesel ban to cause ripple effect

The city of Milan is getting set for a progressive ban on diesel cars, due to start as early as January 2019. The bold move was announced a few days ago by Milan’s mayor Giuseppe Sala at the annual Energy … Continue reading

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Fully Charged Live Show rocks Silverstone F1 track

Fully Charged, the popular YouTube channel hosted by British actor and electric cars’ advocate Robert Llewellyn, reached the next level last weekend as it turned into a live exhibition at Silverstone, UK’s famous F1 track. Thousands – including me – … Continue reading

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