Tesla stock surged again on Monday, this time by more than 12% to reach an intraday high of $1,792. Now, not only is Elon Musk‘s electricity wunderstock absolutely the most valuable automaker in the world, but its $320 billion market value places it ahead of consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble, and inside the top 10 public companies in the US. To say that Tesla has performed well this year is a serious understatement. After all, $TSLA started 2020 at $424.50, and it’s worth $1,733 at pixel time — a 310% increase in a little more than six months. [Read: Watch Tesla’s meteoric…

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