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18/08 - Closed. Currency in MXN ( Disclaimer )
Type:  Equity
Market:  Mexico
ISIN:  US88160R1014 
  • Volume: 48
  • Bid/Ask: 0.000 / 0.000
  • Day's Range: 18,200.000 - 18,341.641
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Gershom Zvi
Gershom Zvi 41 minutes ago
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New chapter of the market crash ?
Gershom Zvi
Gershom Zvi 41 minutes ago
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Going down before split ? Very interesting
Mot Andes
Mot Andes 1 hour ago
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Stil a lott of fanboys here who hope it will get back to the higs. But hey you still forget Tesla is a massive meme stock. Big heart Sun was partly right. It solves few 95% of the energy is fossil fuel. And dont forget the energygrid cant take alle the demand. Fanboys will burn there fingers.
Zen Cat
LittleZenCat 1 hour ago
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Without even considering what u mentioned, question is whos going to be the greater fool in buying this at higher prices and what happens to price when there are no fools left to push this?
Brandon Spiteri
Brandon Spiteri 2 hours ago
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sold at 940. looking for entry again
Pepe Ekholm
Pepe Ekholm 3 hours ago
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10y bond 2% up. Growth goes down. Soon you see it. Because Elon will sell again
James Victorino
James Victorino 10 hours ago
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don't worry Tesla Fanboys... big surprise regarding your cult leader coming up.
Big Heart Sun
BigHeartSun 12 hours ago
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Darth I saw you struggling a bit. Moving a car of 1 ton requires an amount of energy regardless its powersource. A combustion engine looses energy in friction of the pistons etc, an electric engine is more efficient but also looses energy. Nevertheless an EV needs a Giant battery pack that needs to be FILLED with electricity. Currently the electricity is not coming from durable source's. Oil, Cole or gas fuels a generator that is partly efficiënt, and then this electricity is transported over a powergrid that is also partly efficiënt. Putting solarpanels and windmills everywhere does not solve for example the winter... Especially when houses have to be heated on electricity. Could be done but then we need a massive amount of stationary batteries. The energy is there in the summer not in the winter! Nuclear power is the most tempting way to 'solve' this issues. But nothing really improves with this approach. Now there will be new/old nuclear barons and football sponsors.
Darth Cycosys
Darth Cycosys 7 hours ago
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Don't you get that ICE Cars still consume FAR MORE Energy than EV's? Fossil fuel combustion WASTES 70% in energy as HEAT. Only 30% of it's energy is used to move that 1 ton car through its wheels. EVs are far superior in efficiency, and can even regenerate charge downhill and braking. The US Power grid is currently on track to exceed 50% renewable energy by the end of this year, up from 40% in 2021 and will only get better. Nuclear is just not scalable in the time frame needed, and far more expensive than Solar. Solar only loses around avg. 6-7% in efficiency during winter and sometimes even less. So your winter jibe is a non issue. Heater pumps for homes is also far more efficient than gas heating by multitudes, there's no comparison. We have plenty of options available to us to transition rapidly to sustainable energy, all we need now is the willpower.
Darth Cycosys
Darth Cycosys 7 hours ago
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*Heat Pumps are generally 500-700% more efficient than gas. On another level entirely.
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Darth Cycosys 7 hours ago
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Solar Power is now EIGHT TIMES more cheaper than any fossil fuel equivalent. Transition is accelerating. Source: International Renewable Energy Agency.
Big Heart Sun
BigHeartSun 5 hours ago
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Well Darth if this is all true, and not driven by ecoreligion why is the oil production still rising? Because with all these greenwash nonsense I consider it should drop. But it still grows, how? And more important why? To fuel the transition? Or is nothing solved and do we simply consume more and more energy?
Kyle Cullen
Kyle Cullen 15 hours ago
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market reversal and TSLA down.. think won't see any pumps before split until Monday or Tuesday. This thing is dead.
En Game
En Game 18 hours ago
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ah no what did Elon Plugs tweet this time ?
Jut King
JutTheKing 18 hours ago
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many will take profits very soon
 
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