you also don't have a 'credit line' with the DESK to get a few bln at 1.55% for 14Days...that you can roll if your bet goes teats-up.
that who plays here.
Mtl JP 16:51:22 GMT - 01/16/2020
one MONSTER of a gap
personally dont have the ballz to play it
only because I know the instrument's label (usually a disadvantage)
so me chicken in curious observer mode
Mtl JP 15:12:46 GMT - 01/14/2020
"Musk is coming close to earning the first $346 million tranche of options in a record-breaking pay package, after the electric vehicle maker’s stock more than doubled in the last three months. Shares of Tesla surged 9% to a record high on Monday. They need to rise another 6% to put Tesla’s stock market value at $100 billion and then be sustained at that level for both a one-month and six-month average in order to trigger the vesting of the first of 12 tranches of options granted to Musk to buy Tesla stock.
Musk has already hit an operational target that is also necessary for the options to vest." rtrs
But I still won’t short individual stocks because they can get too crazy – especially Tesla, one of the most obvious shorts with an enormous amount of short interest outstanding. This in itself is practically a guarantee the stock cannot crash because short sellers become buyers to take profits when the price drops enough, and they put a floor under the shares. And the massive short interest makes TSLA prone to violent short-covering rallies.
Given how eagerly investors are betting on a big plunge, deeply out-of-the-money Tesla put options carry a big premium. For example, one contract (representing 100 shares) that expires in January 2021, with a strike price of $290, which is about 32% below today’s share price, traded today at $2,625 — another sign that Tesla has become one of the most obvious shorts out there. And that takes them off the table for me.
In terms of my SPY and QQQ short positions: they’re a trade, not a prediction of where the market will be a year from now. They represent my expectations that the market will drop enough to make this worthwhile over the next few months.
$NIO volume today was more than shares issued. that's an abnormal happening.
Mtl JP 21:20:35 GMT - 12/30/2019
MaMi 20:36 I am all for reading trade calls & ideas but plz note that one of my enduring x-mas wishes, sobs and howls is that GV would make it impossible to use verbs in past tense in connection with trade calls. (I am famously allergic to 20/20 rear-sight)
here's another stock that you can go broke with by shorting.
A Mexican Fast Food rest that has made its customers ill, and continues to serve up 2500+ burritos in an age of rampant obesity.
Israel MacroMicro 16:45:58 GMT - 12/30/2019
from $88 to $4444
Mtl JP 16:43:03 GMT - 12/30/2019
Tesla could hit $4,000/share by 2030 - Chowdhry
via seekingalpha Dec. 30, 2019
Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) bull Trip Chowdhry of Global Equities Research puts out a 2030 price target of $4,000, almost 10x today's price.
"Breakthrough products from technology conglomerates GE, TSLA and Google (GOOGL, GOOG) will spur a very strong global demand for their products, thus accelerating revenues and expanding margins," he writes.
He cites: 1) No other company has the mental capacity, capital, passion or aptitude to build an at-scale supercharging network.
2) No other company has the mental capacity, capital, passion or aptitude to build at-scale battery energy storage products.
3) Citing the exoskeleton, he says that no other company has the mental capacity, capital, passion or aptitude to build a material science company.
4) Tesla will control the "full life cycle" of deep neural network models that will lead to full self driving.
Chowdhry says Uber (NYSE:UBER), Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) and Peleton (NASDAQ:PTON) are on "life support" and will end up zombie companies.
ps / own due diligence is a must.
Chowdhry's trademark is hyperbole.
Mtl JP 15:51:38 GMT - 12/30/2019
TSLA 414.20 off 431.89 high
and gaps galore below as
Tesla Delivers First Model 3 Electric Cars Made in Chinese Gigafactory - msm
Mtl JP 15:38:50 GMT - 12/26/2019
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