Tesla shares popped in Thursday's premarket, a day after the electric vehicle automaker reported a surprise third-quarter profit.
Wall Street analysts raised price targets on Tesla, with many sounding more positive on Musk's ambitious company.
"This quarter was different,' Morgan Stanley said. "The quality of cash flow was stronger than expected."
Some analysts still had their doubts about Tesla, however, pointing to this quarter as potentially a short term success.
"We question if this is not as good as it gets from a near-term upside surprise for shares," Goldman Sachs said in a note after the earnings.
Here's a wrap of all the major analysts on Tesla's results: