I’ve said for years that Tesla, the electric car company, had its share of problems.

Most recently I wrote about them here, here, and here.

They’ve been selling “cool.” That may have worked for a little while, but now Tesla’s murky future, in my view, has reached entirely new depths.

I’ve been saying competitors would eventually catch up to their ideas, and execute them in better way. And now it’s happening.

Porsche, you know them, has recently put an electric car on the market, the Taycan, that blows anything Elon Musk has out of the water.

I want one myself, and it seems so do a lot of other people.

And this demand really could mark the end of Tesla.

Here’s why:


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Rodney works closely with Harry to study the purchasing power of people as they move through predictable stages of life, how that purchasing power drives our economy and how readers can use this information to invest successfully in the markets. Each month Rodney Johnson works with Harry Dent to uncover the next profitable investment based on demographic and cyclical trends in their flagship newsletter Boom & Bust. Rodney began his career in financial services on Wall Street in the 1980s with Thomson McKinnon and then Prudential Securities. He started working on projects with Harry in the mid-1990s. Along with Boom & Bust, Rodney is also the executive editor of our new service, Fortune Hunter and our Dent Cornerstone Portfolio.