Tesla (TSLA) Q4 2022 Earnings: What to Expect
Is now a good time to buy Tesla (TSLA) stock? Thats been the prevailing question as shares of the company last month plunged to 52-week lows of around $101. While Tesla has not been the only high-growth tech stock to fall during the recent bear market, its decline appears more pronounced when compared to other high-growth tech stocks, falling 70% in 2022.
The electric vehicle company isset to deliver its financial results for the fourth quarter fiscal 2022 on Wednesday after the closing bell.Since bottoming out at $101, the stock has been on fire, rising as much as 34% to $135. The market has since learned why. Leo KoGuan, the third-largest known Tesla investor, has been actively buying the stock, recently disclosing he has added another 200,000 shares. Hes not done. KoGuan, who said he self-funded $1 billion in Tesla buybacks since last year, said he plans to buy 1 million more shares a day after Tesla reports Q4 earnings.
Fundamentally, the company recently released its fourth quarterproduction and deliveriestotal which arrived lighter than expected. The company delivered 405,278 vehicles to customers in the last three months of the year, missing the consensus estimate of 420,760 that analysts had forecast. The delivery miss raised more concerns about the level of competitive demand pressure Tesla has begun to face even as it ramps up production capacity at its various plants.
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