Is the Key to Solving the Population Decline Problem Hidden in Tesla's Stock Price?
It appears that Tesla may hold the key to solving the population decline problem. Younger generations who are eager to start families are finding it increasingly difficult to accumulate enough shares of Tesla, which they believe would help them afford the rising cost of living and raising children.
One 38-year-old woman lamented, "Unless Tesla stabilizes at $1000 per share soon, I may miss my chance at having kids, the window is closing. With the cost of energy, groceries, housing, and interest, I simply cannot bring in enough income to support a child. And I know many couples are in the same boat."
Despite the fact that a $1000 per share stock price for Tesla would give the company an approximate $3 trillion value, some analysts still believe that it is underpriced. A 35-year-old female investor stated, "Elon has done an incredible job with the company thus far, and we know he does not control the stock price. But many people my age have done everything they can, like refinance their house, to put it all on Tesla stock as a hail mary in hopes they can grow their savings enough to be able to afford one child."
It's not just women who are feeling the pressure. A 39-year-old man explained, "I've always wanted kids, my wife is the same age as me, and we are running out of time. With the current market trends, it looks like we will miss our opportunity to have kids. It's just too risky right now. If we had a kid now and markets trend lower over the next few years, we would have to sell our Tesla shares at a lower price just to get by, and we'd be left with nothing. With no chance of affording a child and no chance of retirement either."
Clearly, Tesla going to the moon would have a positive impact on the population problem. Another 37-year-old woman said, "I realize Elon doesn't really grasp what it is like being a young person in these economic times, and his thoughts are skewed as to why young people are choosing not to have kids. But to us, a Tesla stock pump would certainly go a long way. My husband and I invested in Tesla because we agreed that it was the best chance at a bright future for us personally and the earth as a whole, but also because we saw this as an opportunity to afford kids of our own. Here's to hoping Investor Day is some big news that will get the bull market going again."
It's clear that Tesla's stock price has a significant impact on the hopes and dreams of young investors who are eager to start families. While Elon Musk may not understand the struggles that many young people face today, there's no denying that a skyrocketing stock price could help alleviate some of the population decline problems. Let's hope that Tesla investors get the good news they need to make their dreams of starting a family a reality.
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