Elon Musk Is a Potential Land Mine for Tesla Stock 

In the midst of the chaos that is Wall Street stands exceptionally popular and well-respected electric vehicle maker Tesla. 

Since Tesla became a publicly traded business on June 29th in 2010 

the S&P 500 benchmark has achieved a 300 percent gain.

It's not bad when you consider the general market averages close to 10% total return, which includes dividends. 

For Tesla and its loyal shareholders, a 30 percent increase is small amounts.

The shares of the EV maker have rocketed up by more than 19,000% 

since the company's initial public offering just over twelve years ago.