Tesla announced last month a second round of job cuts to rein in costs which in turn more than halved the division that delivers its electric vehicles to North American customers. The cuts are projected to fuel investor worries that demand for the Model 3 in the United States has tailed off after a large tax break for consumers expired last year and the car remains to expensive for most consumers. Given that inconsistent, founded and CEO Elon Musk has provided its investors, would you still be willing to invest in a company like Tesla? Tesla has released to the public that its focus this quarter is on supplying cars to customers waiting in China and Europe, which is projected to be the source of long-term profitability. Overall, The company aims to post a profit in each quarter this year, based on the expectation that it will sell more Model 3s and continue to cut costs but I am curious to hear others opinion on Elon Musk, Telsa and their projected growth as a whole.