Tesla: Bitcoin sales and environmental credits boost profits

“There’s the complete lack of guidance around near-term production headwinds,” he said. “A global shortage of computer chips is expected to limit production from all manufacturers in the immediate future, and Tesla won’t be exempt. Given the ongoing importance of its production ramp up, it may even be more heavily impacted.”

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