I bought my first Tesla last year.

My father drove one and I had a friend who had a Tesla.

The car’s battery life was the best in its class and the performance was just as good.

But after that, Tesla has become a company that I want to avoid, and it’s not just because it’s a bit of a risk.

The company has also gone from being a company I would consider buying in the past, to one that I am less likely to.

Tesla shares have fallen a lot in recent months, but the company has kept its price steady at a respectable $1,200 per share.

The market cap of the company is $7.3 billion.

In other words, a stock that once commanded $2,000 per share is now worth $750 per share — and this is after the price of a Tesla has fallen over 80 percent in the last two months.

Tesla has lost more than 100 percent of its value in the first three months of 2017, and this year is shaping up to be even worse.

In the past year, the company saw a record number of losses — the company had more than $10 billion in losses at the end of June.

That is nearly four times as much as it lost in all of 2016.

At the end to-date, Tesla’s total losses have reached $16.5 billion.

That’s about 40 percent of the value of all the stock in the company.

Tesla’s share price has fallen a whopping 87 percent in 2017 alone.

In addition, the stock is now trading at less than the pre-market price of $1.00 per share, making it nearly worthless.

There is nothing Tesla can do about this.

The stock has become almost totally worthless.

Tesla is now basically worthless.

I am losing about $10,000 a month just on my Tesla stock.

Tesla Stock Analysis: Tesla is an extremely volatile stock and I do not recommend buying it right now.

If you buy Tesla stock today, it may be worth more later, but it may not be worth the price now.

There are more good stocks out there than there are bad ones.

However, if you are willing to wait for the stock to recover, you may find that you are better off investing in the stock now than waiting for it to recover.