In the year since Tesla launched, the automaker has lost an average of 14,000 vehicles a month in sales, according to Autotrader.
That’s a big drop from the roughly 14,500 a month it lost last year, and an even larger drop than Ford’s loss in sales in the first quarter of 2019.
That decline was partly due to a number of factors, including the automaking bankruptcy, but also the decline in sales.
In the second quarter, Tesla’s stock dropped about 3% to a new low of $37.77.
Tesla’s stock is also down more than 6% year-to-date, as it’s down about 30% year to date.
Tesla has lost about 10% of its value since the beginning of 2018, according the S&P 500.
Tesla stock is currently down more on average than all the other stocks in the S &L Companies Index, according an index tracking the S.&.% of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which is down more from its high in 2018 of over 1,800.
Tesla’s share of the Semiconductor Industry, a sector that includes semiconductors and chips, has also fallen.