In the VW/Porsche short squeeze, I am reminded that Porsche actually cornered the market by buying call options, not the actual stock. If we have a short squeeze, that's what I'm aiming at. I have call options that I bought since Tuesday that represent 90% of my shares of Tesla, and they're all profitable-to-me at $420 or above. I imagine that I'll just have to sell them at a profit, rather than exercising them, since I don't have the capital to buy that much actual stock. In one case, I have 5 DITM options bought some time ago (currently showing 144% profit) and selling 4 of them will cover buying the other 100 shares. Yes, clearly I'm hoping for the squeeze to start tomorrow. .