Tracking the accuracy of analysts/reporters/news outlets

Discussion in 'Tesla' started by 101101, Nov 24, 2017.

  1. 101101

    101101 Active Member

    This will be quite useful especially with Tesla

    There are those who have been very accurate i.e. Tony Seba. Also points for depth of analysis and providing context. For clarification Tony doesn't cover Tesla but looks at the broader industry.

    Those that have been inaccurate but improving lately- MIT Technology review highly inaccurate (conflict of interest likely cause) but improving.

    Avowed propagandists feed back loop shorters and shills i.e., David Einhorn.

    A useful way to do this may be look back at the interpretation and prediction on announced Tesla tech and moves and then compare it to reality after fruition. With quote and link and how far off.

    Example in apparent shill capacity MIT Tech review had cost of Tesla Semi at $400k when the announced cost was $150k at lowest point. Still have to see if that holds, but what was that based on(?) Nikola's comparative hydrogen sham tech as opposed to actual thought and research.
     

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