This thread is for people to discuss their "lottery ticket" option trades. I don 't believe in gambling, and haven't bought a real lottery ticket in the last 40 years. So what I mean by this is dropping a relatively little bit of money to buy/sell options knowing that you might lose everything, or you might win big if your logic is perfect (haha). This is trading, not investing. Mostly I invest. I just bought some of tomorrow's $215 calls for $0.92. I also put in a close for half of them at $1.95, which if it executes will pretty much cover the cost of the trade. If TSLA hits $216.95, which is only a bit over 2% up from where it is, my risk should go away. My theory here is that deliveries will be a beat, and there's a possibility that we'll hear about it some time tomorrow, before these expire. Or there will be plenty of nice juicy rumors. If TSLA closes at $220 tomorrow afternoon, I'll have made (0.93+5.00)/2 = $2.96, for 3x payback. I'll report back tomorrow. I am also holding some July 15 calls ($200 strike for $5) that I bought at recent lows. They were already up 150% so I sold 1/3rd (roughly) to again cover my investment in them. I won't trade July 8 options because it's a short trading week, the institutions pretty much sit on their hands, and the market movements tend to be completely irrational with low volume. Let me of course disclaim: this should not be considered to be advice. It's a learning opportunity for all of us.