Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA), or any company for that matter would benefit greatly if they could find what ancient Greeks called an Oracle, for their companies. They could help the management get ready for the future and prepare an appropriate response for their stakeholders in advance.
In an article on Inside EVs, Eric Loveday drew attention to one such oracle like behaviour shown by a Morgan Stanley analyst, Adam Jones when he claimed that Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) will be delaying the delivery of its Model X yet again. According to Loveday, this claim was made somewhere in mid October, well before Tesla’s Q3 Earnings Release when the company officially released a statement to this end.
Now some could claim that perhaps Jonas had some inside information on Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA), since if that were the case he is smart enough not to beat this drum out in the public. Some analysts get so absorbed in the company that they are analysing that they develop a perception which enables them to sense its every heartbeat.
These analysts still operate in the realm of numbers and figures. There are examples where people take to a whole new realm of astrology and zodiac signs, when it comes to finding an oracle. Jonas is not among those or at least he still hasn’t claimed to have such clairvoyant abilities.
Coming back to the matter at hand, Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA)’s delay in delivering its luxurious SUV Model X and whether it will tarnish the company’s reputation. As far as the sales go Jonas was quoted as being very optimistic. In fact he likened the future sales of Model X to dynamite fishing in the global premium SUV segment.
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) has a lot going for it right now, especially when the demand for its vehicles outstrips the supply. It’s because of this that it is among the top companies expected to grow significantly in the future.
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