Forget What the Media Says About Tesla
No matter what media outlet you watch, I believe we can all agree on at least one thing: Bad news sells better than good news. Negativity in the news often influences our daily lives — mentally, emotionally, politically and, yes, even financially. Headline risk is a constant issue for the stock market.
And I think the media is doing you a disservice by constantly painting a particular company in a negative light…
I’m talking about Tesla.
The Next Great American Brand?
Despite the negative coverage, Tesla continues to interest the public. People of all ages are fascinated by its cars.
As a Tesla driver myself, I am frequently stopped by complete strangers who want to ask about the car. People come to me to confirm what they’ve heard — that Tesla’s are electric, that they have self-driving capabilities and that they’re fun to drive.
All of this is true. But there’s more to this brand … The unique driver experience that Tesla offers has undoubtedly changed the auto industry.
Like Apple and Coca-Cola before it, Tesla is a fantastic example of a signature American company. It’s innovative by nature, and it’s distinctive by design. It’s one of the most easily recognizable new car brands. When you see a Tesla — or its T-shaped logo — you know exactly who made it.
The Authenticity of Tesla
Yes, Tesla’s iconography makes it a force to be reckoned with. But there’s even more to be said about a company that spends no money on advertising…
That’s right — all of Tesla’s advertising happens by word of mouth. Word of mouth advertising is real, credible and authentic. People who love Tesla products tell other people about them … And everyone wants to buy into something that is genuine and highly valued. Everyone wants a product that will deliver on its promises.
Though volatile, this stock is still a great bet. I believe it is one of the signature stocks of our time. Futuristic stocks that represent today — and tomorrow — have the potential to make enormous amounts of money for you.
So don’t let negative media depictions fool you … Tesla is the future.
Editor, Profits Unlimited
I’ve been investing for more than 25 years. I started my career on Wall Street in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. I quickly advanced to prominent positions at Deutsche Bank and ING, managing multimillion-dollar accounts. In 2006, the owners of a $6 billion firm named Kinetics Asset Management recruited me to manage their hedge fund.