Tesla's stock price has plummeted by 35% since the beginning of this year, as of Wednesday when markets opened, reaching levels it hasn't hit since the end of 2016.
Even in the worst-case scenario, Tesla is unlikely to go bankrupt, said the Center for Automotive Research's Brett Smith and Morningstar's David Whiston.
Instead, it's more likely another company would take a major stake in Tesla or buy it, said Smith and Kelley Blue Book's Karl Brauer.
One possible investor could be Apple, which...
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