Warren Buffett: How 10 Tesla Shares Can Completely Change Your Life!

Join us as we dive into the surprising insights shared by Charlie Munger regarding Tesla and its enigmatic leader, Elon Musk. While Tesla and Bitcoin may not be directly related, Munger acknowledges the remarkable contributions Tesla has made to society. Discover why Munger finds Tesla's achievements in the car industry nothing short of remarkable and how it's capturing the attention of both short-term and long-term investors. Stay tuned as we explore what billionaire investors Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger have to say about the potential future value of Tesla stock. It's a perspective that may challenge your assumptions about this electric vehicle pioneer.

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43 thoughts on “Warren Buffett: How 10 Tesla Shares Can Completely Change Your Life!

  1. i valued tesla in Jan this year and bought in %100. Tesla has so much going in so many ways, i think people just don’t hear it anymore . too much news. I bought in to a company with great cash reserves, low or no debt, ahead of everyone in the industry in big ways. So much coming down the pike for tesla. I’m a simple investor and stick to these criteria. To me tesla is safe, won’t go bankrupt and i am up over %100 so far. So, what the hell! I’m staying for the long run.

  2. What Elon Musk is doing takes your breath away. Tesla’s value is less in its car manufacturing component than it is on the future it’s developing for us all. Elon Musk is the planet’s iron (actually, cold rolled stainless steel) man.

  3. I’m really surprised Berkshire Hathaway hasn’t purchased Tesla yet. The growth potential is crazy and they make money on every EV they sell

  4. Best casa de scenario Tesla will get even bigger with just sales and new models plus new batteries 🔋. DOJO, AI, robots taxi, and power batteries , solar etc… not to mention Optimus and the droid revolution: robots for everything from elderly assistants, farm workers, chefs, servers, to even and specially Sex workers! Mark my words.

    Tesla is on a league of its own… by 2035 share will cost up to $50,000 at least.

  5. Tesla is in its infancy of domination. Tesla automotive, Tesla HVAC, Tesla Solar, Tesla Energy, Tesla Lithium refinery, Tesla MIning, and Tesla Robotics. Each of these subsidiaries is destined for huge returns…all together it’s beyond comprehension. I think in 10 years we’ll see Tesla stocks split multiple times and returns of 1000x current costs.

  6. I just sold a property in Portland and I’m thinking of putting the cash in stocks, I know everyone is saying it’s ripe enough, but Is this a good time to buy stocks? How long until a full recovery? How are other people in the same market raking in over $200k gains with months, I’m really just confused at this point.

    1. Yes, a good number of folks are raking in huge 6 figure gains in this downtrend, but such strategies are mostly successfully executed by folks with in-depth market knowledge.

    2. @Kathy Crown It all depends on how long you’re willing to hold for, stocks might likely tank further, but making serious gains in this downtrend wouldn’t be a problem if you’re a pro.

  7. Amazing video, A friend of mine referred me to a financial adviser sometime ago and we got to talking about investment and money. I started investing with $150k and in the first 2 months, my portfolio was reading $274,800. Crazy right!, I decided to reinvest my profit and get more interesting. For over a year we have been working together making consistent profit just bought my second home 2 weeks ago and care for my family.

    1. Hi. I’ve been forced to find additional sources of income as I got retrenched. I barely have time to continue trading and watch my investments since I had my second child. Do you think I should take a break for a while from the market and focus on other things or return whenever I have free time or is it a continuous process? Thanks.

  8. This is financial advice and I never give financial advice: DONT LEAVE DURING THE BEAR. If you don’t want to invest…learn. If you don’t want to learn…build. If you don’t want to build observe. DO SOMETHING…other than leave. There is so much opportunity here. Take advantage!

    1. Just because there are opportunities in the market doesn’t mean you should go in blindly. To understand the potential factors that contribute to your financial growth, I’ll advise you to seek the help of a professional.

    2. Very true, I started investing before the pandemic and that same year I pulled a profit of about $750k with no prior investing experience, basically all I was doing was seeking guidance from *JENNY PAMOGAS CANAYA* who’s a guru in the game, you can be passively involved with the aid of a professional.

    3. It took me 3 years to stop trying to predict what’s about to happen in the market based on charts studying because you never know. Please, i need the help of your Investment advisor.

    4. *JENNY PAMOGAS CANAYA* is my portfolio-coach, I found her on Bloomberg where she was featured, I looked up her name on the internet. Fortunately I came across her site and reached out to her, you can verify her yourself.

  9. Currently holding 4000 shares of Tesla. Holding for the long haul and confident Tesla will change the world and set me free.

  10. I think shorting Tesla is smarter than buying it. They are going nowhere fast and Elon is about as smart as a rock.

  11. I picked up 10k worth of Tesla back when ti dropped to 125, not selling any time soon even with recent big drop due to earnings report

  12. My spouse and I are adding a variety of stocks/ETF to my present holdings for the long term, We’ve set aside $250k to start following inflation-indexed bonds and stocks of companies with solid cash flows, I believe it is a good time to capitalize on the market for long-term gains, but it wouldn’t hurt to know means of actualizing short term profit.

    1. Personally, I would say have a mentor. Not sure where you will get an experienced one, but if your knowledge of the market is limited, it seems like a good bet.

    2. I’ve been in touch with a coach for a year now mainly because I lack the depth knowledge and mental fortitude to deal with these recurring market conditions. I’ve made over $320K in profits so far, so it’s obvious that there is more to the market than the average person is aware of. Having an investment advisor is the best course of action right now, especially for those who are close to retirement.

    3. Could you kindly leave your investment advisor’s contact information here? I absolutely must have one.

    4. “Carol Pasol Lewis” . She has years of experience in the financial market, so you can easily look her up.

    5. She appears to be a true authority in her profession. I looked her up online and found her website, which I browsed and went through to learn more about her credentials, academic background, and career. She owes me a fiduciary duty to act in my best interests. I set up an appointment to use her services.

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