Tesla Stock Falls Despite Earnings Beat

Tesla took it on the chin when it reported earnings. Better-than-expected on the top and bottom line. But its second quarter outlook kept the stock going in reverse- adding to recent pain. S&P Capital IQ's Efraim Levy has a neutral rating on Tesla:

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