Competitive Advantage of Tesla: Chapter II


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The third quarter of 2021 illustrates the competitive advantage of Tesla due to its integrated business. In the midst of a chip shortage that trims the production of almost all automakers, Tesla still breaks the record in terms of production units. This article is the sequel to talk about Tesla’s economic moat that discussed brand power, direct sales, and low-cost producer.

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Intangible Asset Analysis: Misunderstanding Moat

Based on our Intangible Asset Analysis, a well-known brand isn't equal with an economic moat or durable business advantages
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KFC, McDonald’s, Burger King and other fast-food restaurant has their own burger. And it doesn’t make a significant difference.

A good product doesn’t always come with durable economic advantages. Sony makes high-quality DVDs, but you can replace them with Verbatim without much issue. Investingdeck.com tries to resolve one of the misunderstandings about the economic moat. Welcome to our intangible asset analysis.

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Intangible as a Lasting Competitive Advantage

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How it’s feel hit by something not real or intangible? Ask Samsung. In August 2012, The Jury decide that The Korean Giant has to pay more than $1 billion due to Apple’s patent violation. The jury declared that slide and bounce touch is part of Apple’s innovation property – thus, a company has to pay Apple when using it in their product. This content will discuss intangible as a lasting competitive advantage: including patent, right, and brands.

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