The Teslas is a $70,000 supermarket and is the third most popular retailer in the United States according to data from the New York Times.
But the company’s shares have fallen over the past few months, with the stock falling about 8% over the weekend and dropping to $39.25 on Monday morning.
The company is still listed as having $50 billion in revenue and earnings per share, and the company has reported that its sales are growing.
The stock price has been on a tear, rising more than 500% in the past two years, according to The Next Market Capitalization Index (OMC).
The index tracks the average price of a stock, and according to OMC, Teslas’ stock price is currently up about 17% year to date.
The index tracks prices of all retail companies, including companies that are listed on stock exchanges.
The data shows that the Teslas share price has grown more than 300% over just the past year, according the report.
The report also looked at the growth in the companies shares over the same period, and found that the stock has increased more than 400%.
The report found that Teslas stock prices have also increased over the last 12 months, and have gained more than 600% in just the last two years.
The company is up about 7% year-to-date.
The Teslas market cap is up more than 3,400% over 12 months.
Teslas is currently worth about $60 billion.