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Tesla, TSLA & the Investment World: the Perpetual Investors' Roundtable

lklundin

Active Member
Oct 10, 2014
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Bavaria
Shorts are piling in and magnifying China FSD chip issue with help of media. Lets see if tomorrow/monday Model Y deliveries will break them. And we need these Italian recovored cases get rising.

At this time, I believe the Italians will have to look after themselves. What I am wondering about is how the USA will fare in the the next few weeks.

As for China and HW3, I have this comment:
Lars Kr. Lundin on Twitter
 
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InstiTes

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Apr 13, 2019
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East Coast
what happened in AH? all stocks are free falling.

Reeks of highly aggressive attempt at manipulation. Someone(s) was shorting a lot of stocks in the low liquidity aftermarket likely on the hopes that they could influence futures to open down big. Futures opened up and are roughly flat now but the stocks haven’t recovered. Imagine they will converge (hopefully to where futures are!).
 

JusRelax

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Apr 24, 2019
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Los Angeles, CA
Surprisingly the Disneyland closure did nothing to Disney stocks..lol. All my tech stocks tanked 7% however so who knows.

Just a guess, but indexes didn't hold their critical levels before close and further economic shocks - ie., Disneyland closure.

I'm honestly wondering why Disney AH is only down 2% after announcing closing its parks and TSLA is down almost 8% with no announcement.
 

Curt Renz

Well-Known Member
Mar 5, 2013
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83,131
USA
I sold all of my Tesla shares today. Nice profit, but not nearly as great as it would have been, if I had been wise enough to sell a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, the coronavirus suddenly arose out of left field to upset both my technical and fundamental analysis. I'll consider whether to get back in after the dust appears to have begun to settle.
 

Joe F

Disruption is hard.
Sep 19, 2016
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8,541
Outside Philly
The township I live in in Pennsylvania, Montgomery, is ordering mass closings of all non critical infrastructure establishments for 2 weeks. It's a good thing IMHO. Local stores are stripped bare of many items. We've been stocking up for 2 weeks now and are prepared to hunker down. I have enough projects around the house to keep me busy if I can stop watching TSLA and catching those falling knives, which I figure is better than trying to catch a rapidly rising rocket ship.

PA Governor Tom Wolf states: "all critical infrastructure will remain open, including all health care facilities, gas stations, grocery stores, government and mass transit."

Wolf says Montgomery County is the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak where there are 13 of the state’s 22 cases. Among the cases are a doctor and a police officer — people with broad contacts in the community.

“The goal is not to shut anybody down, the goal is to keep Pennsylvania safe and by taking action, decisive action to mitigate, we’re moving beyond simply containing,” Wolf said.

The governor’s closing order covers places like the King of Prussia Mall and theater, Suburban Square and the Ardmore train station.

Any state employee traveling in and out of Montgomery County is now being directed to work remotely.
 

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