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Discussion in 'TSLA Investor Discussions' started by Nb1277, Apr 26, 2018.
Title says it all
Buy and hold.
If it drops to 280 before ER I'll buy more, otherwise I'll wait and hope for a short lived drop after.
If it nears $250 at any point I'll sell half my shares and lever up with 2020 LEAPs.
This. I added a bit near $250 but am at my comfortable limit for holding an individual stock.
Way too scared to own TSLA until after the announcement of a quarterly record setting loss
I'm keeping some dry powder aside (though yesterday I was very tempted to pull the trigger at $277) for after ER.
My current holdings I am holding through ER in either case. If the stock price drops after ER, I'm adding with my dry powder. If the stock price increases, I'm holding on to my cash for a later dip.
I'm comfortable with slight FOMO for my cash position, given that a rise will give my portfolio a nice boost. Let us say my FOMO is larger regarding buying a dip to let's say $250.
I don't plan to trade regarding ER specifically but I definitely will respond to share price movement up to and after it. At the price level we are at, I believe the risk of a big (15%+) downward movement is much lower than a huge upward one over the next 6 weeks. With the stock in the $280s, I don't fear the ER. If we were at $320+, I would feel differently.
Ready to add after the drop.
Limit buy set for $260 or will buy the morning of May 3rd. I hope its up, up, and away after this. Only time will tell.
I have some remaining powder in case it drops after earnings, but really my strategy is simply to hold until it goes above 350. And then consider reducing my position.
Holding on to common.
Selling options because the premiums are so high. Delta 10. Put and Call.
LEAPS... maybe some call options after the earnings call.
I’ll be loading up on puts between Monday and Tuesday. I believe there is a high likelihood the Q1 loss is more than $1B and Moody’s will issue another downgrade.
I'll play this earnings report the same as always, by selling OTM short-term covered calls. The next day when the value crashes, I buy them back. The stock just doesn't explode upward after earnings reports like in 2013, and that is especially unlikely for this earnings report.