CFRA just raised its price forecast on Tesla to $420 a share — the same as the now-infamous price target CEO Elon Musk told investors they would get if he tookthe company private earlier this year.
The electric car market is about to get more competitive in 2019, but CFRA analyst Garrett Nelson said he expects Tesla to roll out lower-priced versions of the Model 3 that will undercut rivals and limit any impact on sales. He also said the car’s cost should fall as Tesla becomes more efficient. Nelson reiterated a buy rating on the stock and raised the price target from his previous forecast of $375 a share.
Shares of Tesla were trading around $361 a share Tuesday afternoon.
Tesla did not respond to a request for comment.