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Berichtdoor piddybull » 12 Aug 2018 12:29

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Shortsellers spannen proces aan tegen Tesla-baas Musk


Tesla-topman Elon Musk heeft beleggers tegen de haren ingestreken met zijn twitterbericht dat hij Tesla van de beurs wil halen. Enkelen van hen hebben klacht ingediend wegens misleiding van de markt.

Elon Musk verraste afgelopen de week de markt met een tweet waarin hij aankondigde dat hij Tesla van de beurs wilde halen tegen 420 dollar per aandeel. Dat dreigt hem nu juridisch zwaar op te breken. Na de aankondiging van Musk schoot het aandeel van de autobouwer 11 procent omhoog, tot bijna 380 dollar per stuk. Intussen is die winst alweer bijna verdampt, maar shortsellers, die speculeren op een daling van de beurskoers, verloren door de plotse koerssprong naar eigen zeggen 'miljoenen'. Volgens hen heeft Musk de markten misleid.

Investeerders Kalman Isaacs en William Chamberlain hebben een klacht ingediend, waarin ze zeggen dat Musk de federale beurswetten heeft overtreden en de koers van het Tesla-aandeel kunstmatig heeft opgeblazen. De klacht werd ingediend bij een federale rechtbank in San Francisco.

De tweet van Musk leek in eerste instantie op de zoveelste provocatie van de omstreden Amerikaanse miljardair, maar de idee van een beursexit zou nu toch ernstig worden bestudeerd. De raad van bestuur van Tesla zou de mogelijkheid volgende week onderzoeken, bericht de Amerikaanse zender CNBC.

Het bedrijf van de beurs halen aan 420 dollar per aandeel, zoals Musk in zijn tweet aankondigde, zou 70 miljard dollar kosten. Hoewel Musk zei dat de financiering 'verzekerd' is, is niet duidelijk waar het geld vandaan moet komen. Tesla zelf stapelt de verliezen op. Volgens de Wall Street Journal is de Amerikaanse beurswaakhond SEC een onderzoek gestart.
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Berichtdoor neku » 12 Aug 2018 16:33

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Berichtdoor a21 » 13 Aug 2018 06:32

Musk en Tesla aangeklaagd na tweet - media Gepubliceerd op 12 aug 2018 om 15:23 |

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Tenminste één aandeelhouder van Tesla is een rechtszaak tegen de fabrikant van elektrische auto's en diens oprichter Elon Musk gestart. Dit bleek uit documenten die bij een Amerikaanse rechtbank zijn ingediend, schreef The Wall Street Journal.

De rechtszaak is een reactie op een tweet vorige week van Musk dat hij zou overwegen om Tesla van de beurs te halen tegen een prijs van 420 dollar per aandeel.

De klager, Kalman Isaacs, meent dat Musk met deze tweet de koers van Tesla heeft willen manipuleren "om zo de shortsellers in het bedrijf te volledig te decimeren", zo bleek uit documenten ingediend bij de rechtbank in San Francisco.

Uit de tweet van Musk was ook op te maken dat de oprichter de financiering van het bod geregeld zou hebben.

Inmiddels zou beurswaakhond Securities and Exchange Commission vragen hebben gesteld. De toezichthouder wil vooral weten waarom voor een tweet is gekozen en niet voor een officieel persbericht en of Musk inderdaad de financiering voor een overnamebod rond heeft.

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Berichtdoor unagi » 13 Aug 2018 15:35

https://www.tesla.com/blog/update-takin ... edirect=no

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Update on Taking Tesla Private
Elon Musk August 13, 2018
As I announced last Tuesday, I’m considering taking Tesla private because I believe it could be good for our shareholders, enable Tesla to operate at its best, and advance our mission of accelerating the transition to sustainable energy. As I continue to consider this, I want to answer some of the questions that have been asked since last Tuesday.

What has happened so far?
On August 2nd, I notified the Tesla board that, in my personal capacity, I wanted to take Tesla private at $420 per share. This was a 20% premium over the ~$350 then current share price (which already reflected a ~16% increase in the price since just prior to announcing Q2 earnings on August 1st). My proposal was based on using a structure where any existing shareholder who wished to remain as a shareholder in a private Tesla could do so, with the $420 per share buyout used only for shareholders that preferred that option.

After an initial meeting of the board’s outside directors to discuss my proposal (I did not participate, nor did Kimbal), a full board meeting was held. During that meeting, I told the board about the funding discussions that had taken place (more on that below) and I explained why this could be in Tesla’s long-term interest.

At the end of that meeting, it was agreed that as a next step, I would reach out to some of Tesla’s largest shareholders. Our largest investors have been extremely supportive of Tesla over the years, and understanding whether they had the ability and desire to remain as shareholders in a private Tesla is of critical importance to me. They are the ones who believed in Tesla when no one else did and they are the ones who most believe in our future. I told the board that I would report back after I had these discussions.

Why did I make a public announcement?
The only way I could have meaningful discussions with our largest shareholders was to be completely forthcoming with them about my desire to take the company private. However, it wouldn’t be right to share information about going private with just our largest investors without sharing the same information with all investors at the same time. As a result, it was clear to me that the right thing to do was announce my intentions publicly. To be clear, when I made the public announcement, just as with this blog post and all other discussions I have had on this topic, I am speaking for myself as a potential bidder for Tesla.

Why did I say “funding secured”?
Going back almost two years, the Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund has approached me multiple times about taking Tesla private. They first met with me at the beginning of 2017 to express this interest because of the important need to diversify away from oil. They then held several additional meetings with me over the next year to reiterate this interest and to try to move forward with a going private transaction. Obviously, the Saudi sovereign fund has more than enough capital needed to execute on such a transaction.

Recently, after the Saudi fund bought almost 5% of Tesla stock through the public markets, they reached out to ask for another meeting. That meeting took place on July 31st. During the meeting, the Managing Director of the fund expressed regret that I had not moved forward previously on a going private transaction with them, and he strongly expressed his support for funding a going private transaction for Tesla at this time. I understood from him that no other decision makers were needed and that they were eager to proceed.

I left the July 31st meeting with no question that a deal with the Saudi sovereign fund could be closed, and that it was just a matter of getting the process moving. This is why I referred to “funding secured” in the August 7th announcement.

Following the August 7th announcement, I have continued to communicate with the Managing Director of the Saudi fund. He has expressed support for proceeding subject to financial and other due diligence and their internal review process for obtaining approvals. He has also asked for additional details on how the company would be taken private, including any required percentages and any regulatory requirements.

Another critical point to emphasize is that before anyone is asked to decide on going private, full details of the plan will be provided, including the proposed nature and source of the funding to be used. However, it would be premature to do so now. I continue to have discussions with the Saudi fund, and I also am having discussions with a number of other investors, which is something that I always planned to do since I would like for Tesla to continue to have a broad investor base. It is appropriate to complete those discussions before presenting a detailed proposal to an independent board committee.

It is also worth clarifying that most of the capital required for going private would be funded by equity rather than debt, meaning that this would not be like a standard leveraged buyout structure commonly used when companies are taken private. I do not think it would be wise to burden Tesla with significantly increased debt.

Therefore, reports that more than $70B would be needed to take Tesla private dramatically overstate the actual capital raise needed. The $420 buyout price would only be used for Tesla shareholders who do not remain with our company if it is private. My best estimate right now is that approximately two-thirds of shares owned by all current investors would roll over into a private Tesla.

What are the next steps?
As mentioned earlier, I made the announcement last Tuesday because I felt it was the right and fair thing to do so that all investors had the same information at the same time. I will now continue to talk with investors, and I have engaged advisors to investigate a range of potential structures and options. Among other things, this will allow me to obtain a more precise understanding of how many of Tesla’s existing public shareholders would remain shareholders if we became private.

If and when a final proposal is presented, an appropriate evaluation process will be undertaken by a special committee of Tesla’s board, which I understand is already in the process of being set up, together with the legal counsel it has selected. If the board process results in an approved plan, any required regulatory approvals will need to be obtained and the plan will be presented to Tesla shareholders for a vote.
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Berichtdoor Helicopterview? » 13 Aug 2018 16:06

opnieuw een stap verder in het proces,

met uitleg over de funding : die Saudi wilden precies alles kopen, goed van Musk dat hij verschillende structurele aandeelhouders wil ... en ze staan precies aan te schuiven voor funding ...

voor diegenen die dachten dat Musk zou bijkopen, duidelijk niet eerste optie's, het gaat om andere partijen

marktmisbruik : dat wordt altijd maar ongeloofwaardiger

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Re: Tesla Motors TSLA

Berichtdoor Hanky » 13 Aug 2018 17:42

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Berichtdoor Helicopterview? » 13 Aug 2018 18:32

ik neem over uit het artikel van HLN
'Grote verliezers zijn Tesla met een verlies van 11.000 euro op elke geleverde auto, en Bentley met zelfs 17.000 euro. Bij Bentley wordt echter fors geïnvesteerd in elektrische aandrijving en die kosten drukken zwaar op de winstmarges. De cijfers zijn gebaseerd op de resultaten van de eerste zes maanden van dit jaar.'

-> bij HLN hebben ze begrip voor Bentley 'omdat die fors geïnvesteerd heeft in elektrische aandrijving en die kosten wegen door'
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Berichtdoor Helicopterview? » 13 Aug 2018 18:37

misschien toch maar beter andere pers nemen :

vandaag op Bloomberg, analist Matthew Winkler : Tesla most lucrative, least volatile auto stock
'Tesla... is spending money at a rate considered unsustainable. But shareholders remain indifferent to this perceived peril because Tesla is creating increasingly more value the same way AMAZON did more than a decade after reporting no earning. '
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Berichtdoor Helicopterview? » 14 Aug 2018 10:01

03:05 (14/08) - Bron: RTRS

Aug 13 (Reuters) - Tesla Inc Chief Executive
Officer Elon Musk said on Monday he was working with Silver Lake
Partners and Goldman Sachs Group Inc GS.N for financial advice
on his proposal to take the electric car company private.
"I'm excited to work with Silver Lake and Goldman Sachs as
financial advisors, plus Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and
Munger, Tolles & Olson as legal advisors, on the proposal to
take Tesla private," Musk said in a tweet.

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Berichtdoor jens_dev » 14 Aug 2018 11:35

Elon Musk’s Funding for Tesla Wasn’t So Secure
https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles ... -so-secure

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