Logistics Not to Blame for Tesla’s Deliveries Miss. There Is a Bigger Reason. | Barron’s
stock was getting hammered after weaker-than-expected third-quarter delivery numbers. Wall Street seems to believe the shortfall was due to logistics. That isn’t what investors are worried about, however. They’re worried about demand.
(ticker: TSLA) reported Sunday third-quarter deliveries and production of 343,830 and 365,923 units, respectively. Wall Street was looking for about 358,000 units to be delivered.
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