Tesla (TSLA) Share CFD Trading

Tesla Inc. is a prominent player in both the automotive and clean energy industries, which attracts investors and traders worldwide. Interested? Start trading TSLA shares CFD with FXOpen today.
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What Is Tesla Share CFD Trading?

Tesla share CFD trading refers to the practice of trading Contracts for Difference (CFDs) that are based on the price movements of Tesla, Inc. stock. CFDs are derivative financial instruments used by traders to speculate on the price fluctuations of underlying assets, such as stocks, without actually owning them.

Tesla stock has a ticker, TSLA, which you can use to find it at FXOpen. There, you can trade share CFDs with spreads from 0.0 pips and low commission from $1.

Tesla, Inc., also known as Tesla, is an American electric vehicle and clean energy company. Tesla has played a significant role in advancing the adoption of electric vehicles and renewable energy solutions. The company's innovative technology, commitment to sustainability, and ambitious goals for the future have made it a prominent player in both the automotive and clean energy industries.

TSLA Price Historical Performance

Here are the most significant historical movements of the TSLA stock price:

Tesla went public with an initial public offering (IPO) price of $17 per share in June 2010. However, solid growth only began in 2013. By the end of that year, TSLA had closed at approximately $150 per share.

In 2014, TSLA continued its upward trajectory, and by the end of 2014, it closed at approximately $222 per share.

In the following years, the price fluctuated, influenced by factors like production challenges and global expansion. By the end of 2017, TSLA closed at approximately $311 per share.

The next significant surge occurred in 2019, and by the end of the year, TSLA closed at approximately $418 per share.

The company had a remarkable year in 2020, with its shares experiencing substantial growth and joining the S&P 500 index. In a decade, the share value surged to a peak price of $2,000. On August 31, the first stock split took place on a 5-for-1 basis. This means that for every share of TSLA held before the split, investors received five shares after it. By that time, the stocks traded at approximately $2,250.

The second split occurred on August 25, 2022, on a 3-for-1 basis, when TSLA cost roughly $900.

Major Factors That Affect the Value of TSLA

The value of TSLA stocks is influenced by a variety of factors, both within the company and external market conditions. Here are some major ones:

Tesla's ability to meet production targets and deliver vehicles to customers as promised is closely watched by investors. Production efficiency and capacity can impact revenue and profitability.

Quarterly and annual financial results, including revenue, earnings, and profit margins, have a direct impact on Tesla's stock price. Strong financial performance usually improves investor sentiment.

Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk, is a high-profile figure whose statements and actions can affect market volatility. Musk's tweets and public comments have been known to impact the company’s stock price.

Broader trends toward sustainability and the global transition to clean energy sources can create favourable conditions for Tesla's electric vehicles and clean energy products.

Broader economic conditions, including interest rates, inflation, and global economic trends, can impact investor sentiment and market performance, which can indirectly affect Tesla's stock value.

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