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"tessa tesla" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"tessa tesla" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sell up to $5 billion of new shares of Common stock. It's our stock of the hour and boom works. Emma Chandra is here with the story, Emma Thank you, David Tesla in the red today, But the day story really all about that big surgery scene in Tesla's stock through this year, up some 650% in 2020 and so Elon musk and, surprisingly, perhaps taking the opportunity to feed investors, appetite for Tesla's stock is returning to capital markets. For the third time this yet That's right the third time this time expecting to raise around $5 billion, which would bring 20 twenties cash haul from equity markets to some $12 billion, bringing their cash balance to a total off $20 billion. And what's he gonna do with all that casual Is there to support Tassel is capital spending? We know Cap exit, Tessa. Tesla expected to double each year for the next two years. China really the growth engine for Tessa. They're looking to expand that factory they have over in Shanghai, but they're also building two new factories dated one in Berlin, just outside Berlin in Germany, and another in Austin, Texas, on this expansion of test, of course, all coming through the course of this year. Remember around this time last year, David we were talking about Tesler, becoming profitable, had just had its first quarter off profits were now looking like we're heading towards the sixth consecutive quarter off profitability for Tesla and all this on the back of changes and expansions growth. In battery technology, the addition off a crossover SUV and the fact of course, that we're going to see Tesler join the S and P 500 very soon and what's interesting about Kessler joining the S and P. 500 David is that it will be the sixth largest company in S and P 500 is market caps and $600 billion. It's cash for more than 88 80% off the S and P 500. So you must also not doing too badly. One of the biggest wealth game is this year. Yeah, it's fascinating. It's not just gonna be nes people here is gonna help drive the S and P. 500, so to speak. It's really quite extraordinary for a new company. Thank you so much to Bloomberg's Alexander for that report on Tessa and its plan to come Over. There are $5 billion in cash by selling some common stock still to come, stimulus vaccines and the outlook for 2021..

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"tessa tesla" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"tessa tesla" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John this is the job that search of my colleague Brad Aronson market watches here to comment on two phenomena in the market right now one is test well actually a firm called Renison reminiscence or renaissance which is a quantum fund privately held run by Jim Simons who was much in the news because there was a best seller the man who brought the market by Gregory Zuckerman a colleague of ours at the Wall Street journal however once again the demonstration of Quang or what is the client is overwhelming with regard to well read renaissance around naissance dealt with Tesla a breath you have a column excellent column that gather all of my attention because it introduces again that the concert mystery the concert magic at a glance confound me first of all definition what is a quant in today's market good evening to you good evening great to be here will clones are the sort of mysterious alchemists of the stock market many are people who look only at numbers and the St will look at stock market Ms chart patterns the billion work is really in numbers I mean renaissance's hole about hiring mad PH dis and just building you know the world's largest algorithms to try and predict everything that's going on and it has certain in the case of a renaissance technologies apparently produced just a phenomenal results they have been able just by reducing the whole world to ones and zeros to be able to produce the greatest stock market investment returns of anyone anywhere I mean that was formed busted in the shade the left over when I was in the shade of course you know this is old it's a been a privately held secretive find out on Long Island nobody knows much if anything about it I always you know the back of my mind get it out to be another another sort of made off case where he'll say yes yes yes that there is a main off element there over the decades yes over the decades Jim Simons when he's invest when when he used to interview people for investment he doesn't have to do that anymore there was always the suggestion that it was a Ponzi scheme but it's not let's look at Tessa Tesla is a stock attached to a very colorful figure a lot must array array it's also a beautiful vehicle array array cells from a hundred thousand dollars or maybe seventy thousand dollars it's electric vehicle it's best based on a battery however Wall Street didn't believe in it as early as six months ago didn't believe it all in fact lost confidence because the government subsidy for electric vehicles went away and we watched Tessler drop from them low three hundred into the low to hundreds which is you know pricey but still it's a car company and so you would say that the fat is over that the cult no longer impresses people that all the physicians out there who can afford a hundred thousand dollar fun vehicle for the weekend it are there are not enough to persuade Wall Street that this company has growth and then boom it went straight to nine eighty it's backed up a little bit now and the seven hundred but in any event nothing profoundly changed the subsidy and Ilan must got a little quieter on Twitter and yet we learned that rent renaissance relations poured money into it and they they poured so much they had to report that they have earned a percentage I think two percent of the company how did they do this it's a total how do they know if they only look at numbers how did they and they don't care was Tesla what did they see well if I need to do that five year rich but the thing is they don't have to know who it is or what it is when they do what they do it may be that they are looking at supply chain data it may be that they are looking at training data on the stock market it may be that they're looking at who's borrowing stocks so they can sell it Schwartz basically people who can who are trying to bash who are taking risky bets for the stock will fall there are billion one ways in which in which the reality that we use that we try to describe with words can show up as numbers and and zany are essentially trying as far as I understand it to feed trying time build in it's like something out of Isaac Maximals if if if listeners remember they read Asimov's back of it science fiction writer back in the fifties and sixties and he he sort of imagined this sort of world where computers will be able to crunch you know all the information in the world and project you know exactly what was going to happen based on just abilities right in time foundation of series of his books was essentially based on the idea that ultimately over time you know human events even you know the full vampires could be predicted mathematically like you can predict ultimately what will happen with the roulette with a roulette wheel I mean every time you know it'll it'll tends towards certain results so it's basically they don't have to know please tell us what they have to know that it's possible to do anything if they have their algorithms right now I'm always a bit of a skeptic about these things loves it looked believing is seeing is believing whatever they say so you know if they are if they are making the money then it must work you have a column addressing what can go wrong and why now for renaissance and test the thing something is going on right not wrong but it's I think of this column is as as bread Erin's flock of blacks once they're certainly a lot of possibilities out there war always comes to mind you know the four horsemen of the apocalypse well one of this horseman is riding right now Brett that that that would be pestilence right the one that looks like a skeleton next death which is a skeleton and and yet the markets who are we are we are we are we humans well how do we look at that okay catastrophe like covert nineteen and not sell off but we haven't sold off well yeah Nouriel Roubini who is known as Dr doom resist home for some market watchers since we own the all the things that could go wrong oldies but the White swarms he calls them in other words the things that are essentially predictable happens on a recent flight I was watching the very interesting movie contagion about endemic to begins in China and ends up wiping out vast numbers of people came out to be ten years ago and you know there's always a risk to the but one of these pandemics will end up doing that bounce even with the facts of the Chinese have obviously not been women above board about two hundred nineteen and diss the numbers of the merging they constantly grudgingly admit that there are more deaths and there's another key medical person died of this thing the other day we still have what we have a death rate of mortality rate of about two point three percent of this of this virus just songs virus in two thousand and three had a mortality rate I think was about ten percent it was much higher we at the moment this is Amy a nasty illness and is killed a couple thousand people but you know you have to look at the number of people who die of from regular flu every winter I am in it will be it there's only to go before we get any reason to believe that this is going to be a global pandemic but you are right that the stock market at this point it doesn't seem to worry about anything at all I mean that the market is doing apples or shrugged off a warning that it's going to be you know this is going to affect its its its iPhone supplies and all the rest of it you know is there is that sort of bigger concern for people who follow the stock market is when the stock market just doesn't seem to be fazed by any bad news it'll you sort of think everyone is getting very very complacent generally another was when the market goes up no matter the bad news or and then the Berwick wasn't when the market goes down no matter the goodness we're in that bullish flat flavor right now and you were god this is recognizable nothing odd about this that day after day the market goes up there will be no we don't we have the so called said push switches to them essentially we've now been trained since the nineteen eighties to to accept that if you know the bad news is good news because if any bad news shows up the federal reserve will just show up and print more money so in fact the worst the news to move the stock market will go up because it was a good does want more money so I guess I'm more opium is more pain so this will support more and you know it it's it's a bustling you you you reach this is now this bull market really has been going since the financial crisis the the sort of relentless March higher which has been quite extraordinary and it's really been just the US market has been just way ahead of everybody else of looking at this early today so it is really a bit of a **** on from Norman but you know you don't fight the tape you don't fight the fed it'll it'll go the trend is your friend until it bends they say so the moon the trend seems to be upwards all right a catastrophe and China doesn't bother us the supply chain being snapped for the iPhone doesn't bother us the confrontation over the South China Sea the East China Sea the Baltics doesn't bother us clearly the president of the United States being impeached doesn't bother is nothing bothers us I'll celebrated I mean we'll just just in case in in case you you start to look at Bernie Sanders getting the nomination and opinion polls saying he he might be trump then you might decide to get some nerves on on a little more strict bread ads for marketwatch Tessler keeps running Jeff run run run I'm John that.

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The Only 3 Ways You Can Differentiate and Compete

The $100 MBA Show

07:20 min | 2 years ago

The Only 3 Ways You Can Differentiate and Compete

"I WANNA start by saying that I've come up with these. Three ways is just through my own experiences in business. Our Business Webinar Jar. Webinar software competes in a very busy market with some big players competitors veterans like zoom and go to Webinar have literally millions of users. How do I get a slice of that Pie? This is a question I had to force myself to ask. And it really just boils boils down to three ways a differentiation. Let's start with the first one and that's Nishi down. Whatever your product? Whatever your service you can serve lots of different markets but if you focus on one market on one group of people you become their choice because you've built a product of service and experience around their needs simple? You want to start a software business that helps go build their websites like like a website builder instead of building a website builder for anybody who needs a website. Let's say you focus on photographers and videography hours and your Website builders really cater to that market. These customers have unique needs and the certain things. They don't need that they don't WanNa be confused by so he become the website builder for photographers. Viagra offers all the videography in photographers. That are using something else can move over to you because you serve them directly. Let me give you another author example. A real world example CANVAS CANVAS DOT COM is a cloud based graphic design tool. It's incredibly popular. But it's a niche product. Product is canvas more powerful in feature rich than Adobe Photoshop Note. It's not it's a fraction of what photoshop can do but not everybody. It needs photoshop professional graphic designers. They need photoshop. And they're gonNA use Adobe Photoshop and they're a ideal customer for adobe before before people that are just trying to print a flyer for their book club or for Garage Sale. They don't need photoshop. They need something simple. Easy to use with limited limited features. So they don't get confused and this is where canvas comes in. Canada actually provides a product that's limited and they kind of force their market by saying. Hey we're for people that are trying to just easily design something in a few minutes without a graphic design degree this means they are excluding the professionals bunching down. They speak directly to people that they serve that their product release four so the first way of differentiating is initiating to a group of people in your larger marketplace. The segue differentiate is implementation. And I believe this is the most powerful way differentiate. It's what makes the biggest difference. The most popular example of this is facebook okay. FACEBOOK is not the first social media platform there was my space friendster but facebook implemented it in a way that made it easier. The concept is the same but their implementation was different and therefore they were easily able to differentiate themselves and stand out. There was a period of time where friendster and my space had more features. So it's not about feature sets but but it's more like hey they figured out a way to make social media work and the implement of the I did differently. Here's another real world example in the automobile industry before four. Tesla if you were conscious of the environment and you're a green customer you would buy at Iota Prius to Yoda's implementation to serve. This customer was to create a hybrid vehicle to compact car. It's not really a performance driven. It's not very fast as not really great to handle. It's not a great drive is not luxuriance but it was a symbol. If you drove that car it was a statement. I care about the environment. That's why Leonardo DiCaprio drove Prius until Tesla came around and Tessa Tesla said. Hey we want to serve this market. The people that care about the environment that want to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels. But we don't want to sacrifice style or speed or comfort or luxury. We're going to implement this idea differently. It's GonNa be a little bit more expensive but we believe people are going to buy it and enjoy our implementation of this idea. More more than Toyota and history speaks for itself. Leonardo di caprio drives Tesla now. But the point here is that they decided to implement this idea differently with your product. Doc with your service how you implementing your solution differently in a way that adds value with us with women are Ninja. There's a lot of different webinars offers. There was a different ways that you can create you know meetings and do mastermind calls. There's so many ways you could do this. Coaching calls why US while our implementation tation is quite different from everybody else. We actually really focus on ease of use a great experience in terms of building the Webinar an incredible quality. So this is how we want to really implement this idea. We understand if our users find easy to use. They're going to continue to use is it and they're gonNA use it more often and therefore they'll be long-term customers so we're attracting people that say. Hey I love doing webinars but I don't want another headache right. We actually have a testimony L. A. quote a message came from one of our users said I love with an tried other platforms but I said No. Because they're overly complicated. I need a Webinar service. Not another headache. And that's exactly who we attract all right number three. The Third Way to friendship is service. This is a game changer. When when you understand this you understand this is really a way for you to Propel Your Business your competition can copy you? They can copy your features then copier pricing model hectic and copier sales copy. And even your branding but the one thing they can't copy is your service how you treat your customers before before during and after the sale the customer service experience the whole experience of being customer the emails you send now the chats you have the live webinars. You do all that kind of stuff. That interaction you have with your audience with your customer makes the difference. Okay this is something that we tripled down on on an ARP business for the last three years and it's paid off and now when we look at our customer surveys. The number one reason why people love women are inches because one. It's easy to use to who the customer service if you're a small business. This is a great way for you to get a leg up on the bigger businesses larger companies. It's hard to regularly great service. They have large customer service teams and sometimes things become impersonal. But if you're a small team in your managing tickets yourself or you have a small team running customer service you could still train them and be very friendly and very very personal and helpful and be available in human. Our biggest challenges oranges as we grow the business. How do we maintain that to make sure our customer service never suffers because it's one of our biggest differentiator so you could differentiate with the your service the way you treat your customers throughout the buying journey pass Their purchase when they buy the next product with the Knicks Service. So the next you you know a thing that you offer them so they have niche implementation service. Those are the three

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