Tesla Inc.'s operating cash flow stood at USD 2,405 mil in 2019, up 14.6% when compared to the previous year. Historically, between 2008 - 2019, the firm’s operating cash flow reached a high of USD 2,405 mil in 2019 and a low of USD -524 mil in 2015.
Tesla Inc.'s total investments stood at USD -1,436 mil and accounted for 5.40% of sales in 2019. This is compared to an average of 20.6% as seen over the last five years.
Cash from financing amounted to USD 1,530 mil, so the company generated USD 2,498 mil net cash in 2019.
At the end of 2019, the company had a net debt of USD 7,151 mil, or 2.99x of EBITDA and 108% of equity. Net working capital amounted to USD 1,105 mil, or 4.50% of sales. Cash conversion cycle is negative and reached 15.8 days days in 2019. This means Tesla Inc. generates revenue from customers before it has to pay its suppliers for inventory, among other things.