Investors are paying close attention to every move the company makes and every statement made by the charismatic CEO Musk. Tesla expects to deliver 21,000 cars this year, this despite them costing over $60,000 each.
What's interesting is that the biggest American automaker by sales, General Motors, is only worth $49 billion while Ford's market value is $65 billion. Investors are obviously factoring in a huge future growth spurt for the electric car market. Question is, is a company that only makes one car at the moment really worth a third of Ford?