Perhaps model2 $25 thousands car Announcing for reservations soon!Why cancel the sr+ for Ys and not sr+ for the 3 if there's a chip shortage? Tesla not a fan of making more money? Also why the price drops? It's conflicting when we speculate that there's not enough chips to go around but then pull demand levers?
Also they can always leave order page up but just extend delivery dates if there's a chip shortage.
I agree, they may be diverting more cell production to Powerwalls. Considering that it has taken Tesla 3 years+ since I put down my Powerwall deposit (they never responded), and the local Tesla approved installer took 14 months to finally install them after I signed the contract, there must be a HUGE backlog of Powerwall orders. My installer told me that they have 155 installations waiting, but Tesla is only shipping them 2 or 3 Powerwalls at a time. For many customers it also meant holding up their solar installation, but this company finally decided to just install the solar and all the needed electrical panels, and come back later to install the Powerwalls when they come in. Florida could be a HUGE Powerwall opportunity, if they only had enough cells.
The individual I replied to was asking whether he placed his order correctly and I affirmed that he had, and patted him on the back for his fairly-safe and likely-profitable choice.I don't say that like you don't know or weren't invested back then, because I have no idea what you have or haven't done. What you stated was "I can nearly guarantee this will pay off in spades" to someone asking a question about a call purchase, and ostensibly as evidence highlighted that call options were ridiculously profitable in a given timeframe of a massive bull run.
Frankly I think bragging about huge call gains during that time frame is also annoying as hell and played out. Yes, all of us who invested that way have had massive, often life-changing returns, and we are all very pleased. The thing is that not everyone coming in here and trying to glean information is an expert or knows about option risks. Warnings are meant for them, not you.
Actually, it seems you are quite good at catching falling knives. The saying is: "DON'T try to catch a falling knife". I.e., wait for the bottom. Oh well, maybe a lesson learned.
You're in the groove today and in tight connection with the universe. Reality is being blurred like mad since the new year, please continue to add clarity!Impossible. That's Osborne city while the Y is not even close to being ramped.
All this 25k car and tax credit coming soon are all going into the FUD category as they do nothing but Osborne sales.
There have been plenty of basic questions about options in this forum and not every investor is familiar or experienced with them. There is a lot of unbridled enthusiasm here, and it does not hurt to bring in real-world reminders on occasion.The individual I replied to was asking whether he placed his order correctly and I affirmed that he had, and patted him on the back for his fairly-safe and likely-profitable choice.
You have a very limited post history so yes I'm gonna jump on you when you pop out with a textbook warning about options.
This stuff is basic. What you're doing is analogous to if this were say a gun forum, and every time someone relayed a story about a recent trip to the range you harangued them about the inherent risk in shooting anything.
This is an investor forum. People know.
I turned $10k into $2million in 18 months and almost always announced my trades including my losses. If people had followed and mimicked my trades they would have done extremely well.
Thanks for the vid - exciting to see the Roadrunner building looking much more finished - hopefully that means they're scaling well.Fremont Flyover - Feb 21, 2021
- Some S & X found but I haven't checked whether they're the refreshed models. Very hard to see the models while flying. Will go back in about a week and take more time checking the interior of the cars if I can.
- Small building on top of Roadrunner seems relatively finished. Lots of new hardware on top of the large Roadrunner building.
Was wondering myself about that.
Difference is that Tesla has always been planning to ramp at 50%. The problem that I have read for the OEMs is that the chip manufacturers reached out to them for commitments during the COVID crash and they refused to commit to any quantities. Then the chip manufacturers were overwhelmed for chip orders for booming industries like the straight PCs.
Tesla has been quiet on this, but I am hoping that they reaffirmed the chips they wanted and should have less of a problem than the OEMs.
There have been plenty of basic questions about options in this forum and not every investor is familiar or experienced with them. There is a lot of unbridled enthusiasm here, and it does not hurt to bring in real-world reminders on occasion.
You keep mentioning how much money you made, which obviously you are very proud of, and I'm happy for your success, but basically anyone who had the sense/fortitude to bet on calls through this period has made a metric butt-ton of money.