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Tesla Shares

The most popular and trending shares.

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Based in Austin, Texas, Tesla was founded in 2003 and is a leading name in the electric vehicle industry. Their overall stated goal is to help people move to cleaner products such as electric vehicles and solar power. As well as battery-powered and plug-in cars, they also offer clean energy solutions such as solar panels and battery energy storage.

The company was founded by Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning, but a year after founding it, they received a $6.5 million investment from Elon Musk. This made Musk the largest shareholder and also the chairman of Tesla.

Their first car to hit the market was the Tesla Roadster, which was brought out in 2009. Later models include the Tesla Model S and Model X. Their Model 3 vehicle was launched in 2017 and soon became the top-selling plug-in electric car, as well as being the first to sell a million units.

When it comes to electric vehicles, two of the most popular names on the market are Tesla and Nio. Both companies have their own unique take on what an electric vehicle should be, and both have their own loyal fan bases. Check out our FAQs below to see if Tesla is a good investment for you.

Despite not reporting an annual profit until 2020, Tesla was already regarded as one of the world’s most valuable companies and the most valuable car manufacturer before this. The growing demand for electric vehicles as a greener alternative to fossil fuels has led to surging sales across the planet, pushing the Tesla share price (listed as TSLA) up even as they failed to break into profit. As the leading clean-energy car manufacturer, their share price has benefitted massively from the focus on switching from fossil fuels.

Issues such as lawsuits and recalls due to product failures have produced some controversies that have, on occasion, adversely affected the Tesla share value. On the other hand, the likes of emerging legislation to help the environment and an increasing awareness around being kind to the planet have helped to keep Tesla in the news. The previous points continue to be key factors to be aware of, together with any new rivals in the sector.

Despite Tesla and Nio being the leading electric vehicle manufacturers in the world, Xpeng is now worth more than both combined. Xpeng's main selling point has been its low prices, which has allowed it to gain a significant market share in China.

As with any type of stock, the high cost of investing and the potential volatility are major factors to consider. In the case of TSLA stock, we also need to take into account the fact that they operate in a cutting-edge industry subject to changing conditions and breakthroughs. For some investors, this makes the idea of investing in an index fund that includes Tesla a better option.

Yet, some investors may be attracted by the increased volatility, in the hope that they can benefit from price rises. The company’s stated policy is to retain all profits for future growth, rather than paying dividends.

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* The spreads provided are a reflection of the time-weighted average. Though Skilling attempts to provide competitive spreads during all trading hours, clients should note that these may vary and are susceptible to underlying market conditions. The above is provided for indicative purposes only. Clients are advised to check important news announcements on our Economic Calendar, which may result in the widening of spreads, amongst other instances.

The above spreads are applicable under normal trading conditions. Skilling has the right to amend the above spreads according to market conditions as per the 'Terms and Conditions'.


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Are AMC shares a good investment?

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AMC has been one of the most volatile stocks on the market in recent months, making it a risky investment for short-term investors. However, AMC shares have also shown consistent growth over the past year, and analysts believe that the company has strong long-term prospects. AMC is a leading entertainment company, and its shares are currently trading at a discount. The company has strong fundamentals, and its stock is expected to recover in the long run. As such, AMC shares may be a good investment for investors who are willing to hold onto them for the long term.

Who owns most AMC shares?

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AMC is a publicly traded company, and as such, its shares are owned by a variety of people and institutions. The largest AMC shareholder is Dalian Wanda Group, a Chinese conglomerate that owns approximately 20% of the company. Other major AMC shareholders include Fidelity Investments, BlackRock, Vanguard Group, and JP Morgan Chase. Together, these institutions own nearly 50% of AMC shares. The remaining shares are owned by smaller investors, including individual stockholders and smaller institutional investors.

Do AMC shares pay dividends?

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AMC does not pay dividends to its shareholders. AMC's stock is bought and sold on exchanges, and investors may trade AMC shares through a broker. AMC is not required to pay dividends, and it has chosen not to do so in the past. However, AMC may choose to pay dividends in the future, and investors should check AMC's website or contact a broker for more information.

What was the AMC short squeeze in 2021?

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AMC shares exploded in value in early 2021 after a short squeeze was initiated by retail investors on Reddit. The company, along with GameStop (GME) and other companies that had been targeted by hedge funds for short selling, saw their stock prices increase dramatically as retail investors bought up shares and forced the hedge funds to cover their positions.

The AMC short squeeze was notable not only for its size and scope, but also for the fact that it was driven entirely by retail investors using platforms like Robinhood.

Which are the competitors of AMC shares?

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AMC is the world's largest movie theater chain, with over 1,000 locations across the United States. However, AMC is not without its competitors. The two largest competitors in the movie theater industry are Regal Entertainment Group and Cinemark Holdings. Both of these companies are publicly traded, and AMC shares have been under pressure in recent years as investors worry about the future of the movie theater industry.

The company has responded to these concerns by investing in new technologies such as IMAX screens and reserve seating. AMC has also been working to improve the customer experience by making it easier to buy tickets online and introducing more comfortable seats. However, it will need to continue to innovate if it wants to stay ahead of its competitors in the years to come.

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Make the most of price fluctuations - no matter what direction the price swings and without capital restrictions that come with buying the underlying asset.


Capitalise on rising prices (go long)


Capitalise on falling prices (go short)


Trade with leverage
Hold larger positions than the cash you have at your disposal


Trade on volatility
No need to own the asset


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Just low spreads


Manage risk with in-platform tools
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