Tesla 'not so much about the Model 3' at current valuation, says Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said that if demand for the Model 3 exceeds Tesla's ability to produce and cash burn gets no worse, he thinks the stock could "remain well supported" in the near to medium term. However, he also thinks the only addressable market "big enough to propel the stock's value to the levels of Elon Musk's aspirations" is the mobility market. Musk first alluded to a "Tesla Network" over a year ago, but has said very little on the matter since then, though Jonas thinks "this quiet period probably cannot last much longer." The analyst, who keeps an Equal Weight rating and $305 price target on Tesla, has raised his "bear case" price on the stock to $175 from $50, as he now values the stock on its strategic value in the transportation sector.