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TSLA Stock Price Continues to Move As the Company Moves Toward Battery Day

Investors AlleyTSLA Stock Price Continues to Move As the Company Moves Toward Battery Day
Shares of Tesla Inc. (TSLA) are moving higher, as the company nears Battery Day on Sept. 22.  Anticipation is high the company will unveil a new battery that could last for up to a million miles before it gives out on that day.  “The million-mile battery could profoundly change the business model of electric vehicle […]
TSLA Stock Price Continues to Move As the Company Moves Toward Battery DayIan Cooper

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TSLA Stock Price Continues to Move As the Company Moves Toward Battery Day

Shares of Tesla Inc. (TSLA) are moving higher, as
the company nears Battery Day on Sept. 22. 

Anticipation is high the company will unveil a new
battery that could last for up to a million miles before it gives out on that
day. 

“The million-mile battery could profoundly change the
business model of electric vehicle manufacturing, analysts say. It also offers
Tesla the means to significantly reduce the cost of making electric vehicles.
Plus, the cost of owning its cars also could come down, providing Tesla with a
huge competitive advantage,” reports Investor’s Business Daily.

Shares of Nikola Corp. (NKLA) are still under
pressure after two short seller attacks, and news the U.S. Justice Department
is probing the company over claims it misled investors.  “Specifically, federal
prosecutors are probing allegations that Nikola, a maker of electric and
hydrogen-powered semi-trucks that listed publicly in June, misrepresented
progress it made in developing key technology core to releasing new models,” as
reported by The Wall Street Journal. 
This follows a short seller attack from Hindenburg Research, which
referred to NKLA as an “intricate fraud.”

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Shares of Adobe
Inc. (ADBE)
rocketed higher after beating Street estimates.  The company expects for the momentum to
continue for the rest of the year and beyond. 
Net income came in at $955 million, or $2.57 adjusted EPS, compared to
net income of $7.93, or $1.63 year over year. 
Revenue was up 14% to $3.23 billion from $2.8 billion year over
year.  Guidance was above expectations,
as well.

“Adobe delivered the best [third quarter] in our history in
a challenging macroeconomic environment, demonstrating the global demand for
our innovative solutions,” CEO Shantanu Narayen said, as quoted by Barron’s.
“We are confident that our leadership in the creative, document and customer
experience management categories will drive continued momentum in 2020 and
beyond.”

Shares of Eastman
Kodak Co. (KODK)
raced higher after a special committee found that even
though it did a poor job of corporate governance, it did not violate any
laws. 

“The manner in which the options grants were awarded was
sub-optimal in a number of respects,” the lawyers at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer
& Feld LLP said, as quoted by Bloomberg. “The lawyers determined that
Kodak’s conduct didn’t violate the law, although the situation remains under
investigation by U.S. securities regulators and Congress.”

Shares of Eli Lilly (LLY) ran higher on news it’s COVID-19 treatment reduced
the hospitalization rate.  “The U.S. drug maker said it tested three
different doses of LY-CoV555 against a placebo in a trial enrolling
roughly 450 patients. The middle dose of 2,800 mg met the trial’s target
of significantly reducing the presence of SARS-CoV-2 after 11 days,” said
CNBC.

At time of this writing, Ian Cooper does not hold a position
in any of the stocks mentioned.

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