A lot of people have been arguing that TSLA's stock/the company in general wont take off because the demand is above the battery technology at this time. I'm a junior in college studying physics but will probably either switch to finance and do stocks because i like it more or i was double major just because but still focus on a profession with the stock market. I feel this is wrong because 1) Technology grows exponentially and we are just at the point where we are making a lot of advances with batteries using super capacitors and graphene to make better batteries etc...i believe this is an excellent time for these new EV cars to hit the market because for now the technology is there and in a few years when better batteries are needed the new technology will be there or close to production. 2) The large demand/hype created by Tesla and SpaceX will ignite and fuel more and faster research in energy storage. I don't think TSLA is just here for this decade, i think it is here to stay.