Tesla (TSLA) Stock Price Target

Here are some of the top analyst’s price target for Tesla stock and the dates of the target price release. The highest target for the stock is at $1200 while the lowest target price is at $105.

Piper Sandler increased the target price for Tesla to Wall Street High from $515 to $1200. (2-1-2021)

Daiwa Capital Markets raises target price for Tesla (TSLA) to $845 from $430. (1-29-2020)

Baird raises Tesla TSLA target price to $736 from $728. (1-29-2020)

Deutsche Bank Analyst Emmanuel Rosner increased the target for Tesla to $900 from $890 and keeps the Buy rating on the stock as Tesla demonstrates material acceleration in deliveries, and significant growth potential for the company in 2021. (1-28-2020)

Analyst Craig Irwin of Roth Capital maintains the Neutral rating and a target of $150. (1-28-2020)

JP Morgan Keeps the Underweight rating on Tesla (TSLA) but Raised the Price Target to $135. (1-28-2020)

Dan Levy of Credit Suisse reiterated Tesla (TSLA) a Neutral rating and set the price target at $800. (1-28-2020)

JMP Securities analyst Joseph Osha downgraded Tesla (TSLA) to Market Perform from Outperform. (1-28-2020)

RBC Capital analyst Joseph Spak maintained a Hold rating on Tesla (TSLA), with a price target of $725. (1-28-2020).

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Robert W. Baird Reiterated Tesla (TSLA) at Outperform but increased the Target from $488 to $728. (1-25-2021)

Oppenheimer analyst Colin Rusch raised Tesla TSLA price target to $1,036 from $486 and keeps the Outperform rating. (1-22-2021)

Jefferies Reiterated Tesla (TSLA)  at Hold but raised the Price Target from $650 to $775. (1-19-2021)

Wedbush Reiterated Tesla (TSLA) at Neutral but raised the Price Target from $715 to $950. (1-17-2021)

Edward Jones Initiated Tesla (TSLA) with a Hold rating. (1-13-2021)

Credit Suisse analyst Levy raised the target price for Tesla to $800 from $400. Levy sees that Tesla has an edge over its competitors, and the company has strong funds to expend it’s investments in capacity expansion, vertical integration and acquisitions. (1-11-2021)

Evercore ISI Upgraded Tesla (TSLA) to In-line from Underperform and a Price Target at $650. (1-8-2021)

RBC Capital Mkts Upgraded Tesla (TSLA) from Underperform to Sector Perform and raised the Price Target from $339 to $700. (1-7-2021)

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas raised the Tesla Target from $540 to $810. (1-6-2021)

Exane BNP Paribas analyst Stuart Pearson downgraded Tesla $TSLA to Underperform from Neutral with a target at $340. (1-5-2021)

Deutsche Bank raised Tesla price target to $705 from $500. (1-4-2021)

JPMorgan Raised Tesla Target Price To $105 From $90 (04-01-2021)

Wedbush Sets a New Price Target for Tesla (12-21-2020)

Wedbush increased the price target for Tesla to $715 from $560

CFRA Downgrades Tesla

CFRA cut Tesla to Hold from “Strong Buy” saying that much of the bullish case behind the electric car maker is now in its price. (December 18, 2020)

New Street Research downgrades Tesla (12-10-2020)

New Street Research Tesla analyst Pierre Ferragu downgraded Tesla from Hold to Buy but keeps the target of $578 but he adds that TSLA stocks are likely to hit $1,200 in 2025. Traders who hold Tesla stock should take some profits off the table ahead of the S&P inclusion.

J.P. Morgan raised Tesla price target to $90 from $80 (12-9-2020)

Ryan Brinkman the Tesla analyst at J.P. Morgan raised his price target for TSLA, to $90 from $80 and still rates the stock with a Sell. It’s one of the lowest price targets for Tesla and is almost 86% below today’s price.

He says fund managers who add TSLA to their portfolios before it is included in the S&P 500 may be making a bad decision.

Goldman Sachs Upgrades Tesla (2-12-2020)

Goldman Sachs upgraded Tesla to “buy” from “neutral” and increased the price target for TSLA to $780 from $450 currently the highest on the Street.

Goldman said that “the shift toward battery electric vehicle adoption is accelerating and will occur faster than our prior view.”

They noted battery prices are falling faster than expected, while governments around the globe are passing rules that could entirely phase out higher-emission vehicles within the next 10 to 20 years. That, in turn, is improving the sales outlook for all electric vehicles.

Wedbush new price target at $560 (11-23-2020)

Wedbush analyst, Dan Ives raised his base-case #Tesla stock target to $560 from $500. Ives also raised his bull-case target, to $1,000 from $800.

Morgan Stanley Tesla price target at $540 (11-18-2020)

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas upgraded the Tesla stock to overweight from equal weight for the first time since 2017. He also raised his price target for the stock to $540 from $360.

Morgan Stanley sees an opportunity in Tesla’s high-margin software and services sector, which expects to contribute up to 20% of total profit by 2030.

Baird upgraded Tesla to outperform (10-22-2020)

Baird upgraded shares of Tesla to outperform from neutral and raised its 12-month price target to $488 per share from $450 per share.

In Wedbush Securities, the Tesla target raised to $500 from $475.

JMP Securities Target for Tesla Price at $516 (10-22-2020)

JMP Securities analyst Joseph Osha upgraded Tesla’s stock to market outperform from market perform with a $516 per share price target.

Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi’s target stayed at $180. He rates Tesla shares Sell.

Oppenheimer analyst Colin Rusch raised his target to $486 from $451. He rates shares at Buy.

Goldman Sachs: Tesla Target at $450 (10-14-2020)

Goldman Sachs analyst Mark Delaney maintained a Neutral rating on Tesla and increased Tesla target from $400 to $450.

RBC analyst Joseph Spak has a target at $339 from $290 and rates Tesla share at Sell.

New Street Research one-year target on Tesla stock at $578 (10-8-2020)

New Street Research analyst Pierre Ferragu upgraded his rating on Tesla to buy from neutral and lifted the one-year price target on Tesla stock to a Wall Street-high of $578.

Barclays analyst Brian Johnson rates Tesla at Sell, with target at $125.

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