What is a good PE ratio for a company?
The average P/E for the S&P 500 has historically ranged from 13 to 15. For example, a company with a current P/E of 25, above the S&P average, trades at 25 times earnings. The high multiple indicates that investors expect higher growth from the company compared to the overall market.
What is the PE ratio of Verizon?
Is buying a Tesla worth it?
Many people consider buying a Tesla because they think the fuel savings might equate to overall savings. As some of the more expensive cars on the market, it’s definitely worth running the numbers before investing in a Tesla vehicle — which is exactly what we did for you in this article.
Do Teslas break down easily?
Originally Answered: How often does a Tesla break down? Rarely, and far less often than comparable (obsolete) fossil-fuel vehicles. Rarely, and far less often than comparable (obsolete) fossil-fuel vehicles.
How many miles is a lot for a Tesla?
Tesla Model S cars have passed 200,000 miles, and I guess that qualifies as “a lot.” The Model S has only been around since 2012, so we really don’t know for sure what their life is, but some studies based on crowd-sourced battery degradation data suggest a life of 500,000 miles.
How much money do you save a year owning a Tesla?
First, the biggest savings: no more expensive gas. With 100 miles using 34kWh (about 100 MPG) and electricity costing an average of $0.12/kWh, the yearly cost to drive a Tesla Model S 15,000 miles is $612.
What breaks on Tesla?
I’ve spent money on tires, and two regular 12v car batteries (yes, Tesla still has those) and brakes. Most cars need brakes every 60,000 miles or so, but since Teslas use regenerative braking which charges the battery, your brakes last much longer.
How often do Teslas need to be serviced?
Tesla recommended the service every year or 12,500 miles for the Model S and Model X and every two years or 25,000 miles for the Model 3.