The rally in the stocks of Tesla has been nothing short of spectacular as It has been able to rise by more than two times in the last quarter and as finally pushed the long-time bull to sidelines saying that the expectations of the investors have been to an extent calibrated.

The analyst named Ben Kallo has had the buy-equivalent rating for Tesla ever since the month of March in the year 2016 through some of the most tumultuous periods that the company has gone through. He had on Thursday downgraded his view after saying that the risk per reward is now more balanced following the recent appreciation of stock. He has the hold rating for Tesla now however it has boosted the target to a point of $525 from the point of $355.

For many years the rating was outperform and had included the argument that having the high conviction bears, the profit taking is recommended. He added that he was now battle worn after going through a tough couple of years.

The shares of Tesla have been staging a magnificent comeback in the last few months after it had registered performances in the year 2019’s first half that can be termed as nothing more than being lackluster. The stock had seen gains of close to 18% in only a few days of trading thus far in the year 2020.

These sentiments had sharply turned after Tesla had posted a surprising profit level for the third quarter in the late days of October which were helped further by the strong amount of demand in China and had also delivered the fourth quarter that was better than the expectations.