adding some fuel to the UK "smoke" - redFay has an article about possible factory/facility in UK
consider the source
consider the source
This was me in 2019. I was the biggest cheerleader for people to stop looking for rope when time was tough and buy in.Are you this dumb? The post alluded to a future valuation
Please don't be that guy
Where's all the dry powder talk? This is when we buy. Who cares it's a falling knife. When I was down 32% @ 9.5 with AMD, people said it was going down to 2 dollars. Morgan Stanley said 6 dollars. Everyone said it's a *sugar* stock. My peers said I should just take my loses. I doubled down and doubled my position.
One bad quarter and everyone is extrapolating Tesla as a doomed company? You know just a year ago people were trying to figure out if Tesla is even capable of making cars for mass production. Elon yelling at investors, admitting not knowing what he is doing, working 120hrs/week and the company sounds like a cluster F.
My understanding is that you don't hold virtual shares, it's somewhat akin to musical chairs. When the purchaser of a virtual share wants the actual share, the seller has to pony up with a share regardless of what it might cost.I am aware - through this thread - of the existence of those millions of 'virtual' shares. But can those also be held by institutions, private investors and index funds? Do they enlarge the pool of shares for hodl'ers?
SpaceX has another launch planned tomorrow for 60 more Starlink satellites:
SpaceX proceeding toward eighth launch of Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral
My favorite quote from the article:
The docking was done autonomously with human oversight. Just like Tesla AP!
My understanding is that you don't hold virtual shares, it's somewhat akin to musical chairs. When the purchaser of a virtual share wants the actual share, the seller has to pony up with a share regardless of what it might cost.
To be fair, Fred calls it a rumor and links to the source (Property Week). Here is his take:adding some fuel to the UK "smoke" - redFay has an article about possible factory/facility in UK
consider the source
Program Manager in the insurance and underwriting field in the UK
Gotta like that!Missed this yesterday, but a job posting for EU insurance based in Germany was also posted alongside that UK position: Program Manager, Insurance Product & Underwriting (Europe) | Tesla
LutonElon in UK - anyone know which London airport? The rumoured factory near Bristol (not near London) would be a little odd for a manufacturing plant. Great place for a Supersonic VTOL aircraft design facility though....
No. Not correct. Trademarks are like that. Even copyright is not. You can ignore infringement but then go after a different person infringing later. But you do lose the ability to go after a SPECIFIC entity after a few years of infringement.
Not quite. The broker can't just decide to sell the share for the original holder and give him back the cash. This would be a taxable event for the owner. It's the broker who is on the hook to replace the actual share. As you say, though, it's quite rare, basically the short seller has to go broke for this to happen.Or they can fail and just hand over the cash they are holding as collateral, but that is highly uncommon. (Which could be way less than the current stock price.)
Very low volume today. I don't even think we're going to break 10mil.
Damn you pulled a post from 2019 when the stock price was in the toilet with no signs of it being over 800 anytime soon. I didn't even make a projection and made a true statement about zero returns for those who held up to that time. Playing the hindsight game much?.
Wait so you are saying when I wrote that post a year ago, you were sure that Tsla would be 800 a year later when historically in the past years there were not only signs of cycling of sp, but Tesla just broke down 180 3 months prior? Did you mortgage out your house last year and bet everything because I want the crystal ball you had.Had no signs of being over $800 anytime soon? Please, let's not rewrite history here.
You may not have been able to see what was happening but some of us loaded up on 2020 calls starting in June precisely because we DID see what was likely coming. I, and a number of other bulls here made a killing on $500's and $800's that appreciated 30X-100X and more. It was like taking candy from a kid.
Note: I am not a habitual options player, I only jump in when I see an obvious opportunity.