Will demand for Tesla’s Model 3 electric sedan continue to grow, or has it essentially peaked? That’s one of many existential questions haunting Elon Musk’s electric car company. As with most things Tesla, it’s a polarizing topic with two different narratives coming from two different camps. On about November 7, we’ll find out the financials from Tesla’s most recent quarter and perhaps some guidance for the final quarter of the year. In the meantime, the Model 3 demand picture remains murky, with the bulls optimistic and the bears predicting doom. One group is driven by faith in Musk and the mission (and an incomplete data set), and the other camp is driven by lack of faith in Musk (and an incomplete data set).