Ron Baron Predicts Tesla Will Have $1 Trillion In Revenue In 12 Years

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Ron Baron Predicts Tesla Will Have $1 Trillion In Revenue In 12 Years

Big Elon Musk fan Ron Baron believes Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) could have $1 trillion in revenue by 2030.

Billionaire Ron Baron predicts Tesla will have $1 trillion in revenue

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I think I can give you a 500 billion dollar battery business. Five hundred billion dollar car business. I think I give that better than 50/50 chance I give the fact that it could be a 60 billion dollar company in three years. I give that maybe 80 percent chance.

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I think I can give you a 500 billion dollar battery business. Five hundred billion dollar car business. I think I give that better than 50/50 chance I give the fact that it could be a 60 billion dollar company in three years. I give that maybe 80 percent chance.

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