See attachedPart One

Gather the market capitalization, daily trade volume/average trade volume, beta, cash flow for operating, investing, and financing, capital expenditures, and free cash flow information TELSA and its closest competitor(NISSAN) for 2020 & 2021.

Part Two

In a memo to the Chief Executive Officer, answer the following questions, which are pre-loaded in your 

Memo Template

:

1.
Beta is a measure of a stock’s volatility in relation to the overall market. To learn more about beta, visit 

What Beta Means When Considering a Stock’s Risk

. Market capitalization refers to the total dollar market value of a company’s outstanding shares of stock. Considering this information, how TELSA’S beta, market capitalization, and trade volume compare to NISSAN? Can you draw any conclusions from the company’s competitive advantage using this information? What data, reference, or ratios drew you to that conclusion?

2.
After analyzing and interpreting the cash flow for operating, investing, and financing, as well as capital expenditures and free cash flow information, which company is receiving more money, spending more money, and has more money in free cash flow? Considering that a dollar today is not worth a dollar tomorrow, which company appears to be a better steward of its capital? What data, reference, or ratios drew you to that conclusion?

3.
Which of the two companies is the “better run company”?




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