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One trade is if you believe in Musk, the other if you think things will fall apart.
Cornell Law Professor Robert Hockett thinks Elon Musk's Tuesday tweet, which said that he was considering taking Tesla private, is legal, but may still spark an SEC inquiry.
Speaking of Tesla (as everyone seems to be doing today!)... If, as claimed by the company, talks to take Tesla private were discussed at the Board level last week and if, as Elon Musk suggested in a Tweet on Tuesday that the "funding has been secure...
Dillard's (+$4) is getting jiggy on vague takeover rumors (drafting from the Tesla news?). DDS was placed on my Best Ideas List at $50 in June, 2017. The shares are currently at $86/share. I am a sub $78 buyer.
Elon Musk should go knocking on the door of an Omaha billionaire. Markets are rocking, and could stay rocking.
Two hours after tweeting about the possibility of taking Tesla private for $420 a share, the company released a letter Musk wrote to employees about the plan.
* Alan Abelson (who wouldn't have liked or believed Elon Musk) has again been proven correct * Tesla's "going private" transaction will likely prove to be 'Fake Business News' "The company's fundamentals and balance sheet do not support a leveraged ...
As speculation abounds following a tweet from Elon Musk, we're looking back at Tesla's lineup of innovation.
The main issue facing the market now is that the strength over the past week has pushed things to overbought levels.
Yesterday's $420 TSLA takeover talk is exactly the kind of riposte that shows the flaws of short selling.
The erratic CEO and awful fundamentals make it impossible to value TSLA -- despite attractive technicals.
Stock gains cooled at the close but major indexes managed to end higher again on good earnings reports.
After more than one hour of a halt in the trading of Tesla's shares the company has come out with a release confirming Elon Musk's interest in taking Tesla private at $420/share -- a transaction valued at about $72 billion. I have little doubt that ...
No one in his right mind would pay this valuation for a company that makes cars.
* Have the markets been punked? * Or has Elon Musk gone further "off of the reservation?" * Is this the "Tesla MarketTop?" It is my view that Elon Musk's twitter account might have been hacked as I can see no chance for a $420 LBO of Tesla . Either ...
Here are two gigantic reasons why this market seems to want to go higher at every turn.
With indexes within striking distance of their all-time highs in afternoon trading, it's time to take out a little insurance.
Some of Tesla's bonds are trading up on the Musk tweet because of "change of control" provisions. If I was long them I would sell 'em now. My view.
On the Musk tweet I would rather purchase more Twitter and avoid Tesla . Memo to the $TWTR universe. Since no one has said it yet, I will. It is not economically feasible for @elonmusk to take $TSLA private at any price close to $420. Interest expen...
And now Elon Musk tweets out that he is considering a take private transaction of Tesla at $420. The TSLA situation is getting ever more weird now.
The Saudi Wealth Fund has reportedly built up a near $2 billion stake in Tesla following a visit to the company recently. The shares are +$15 on the news -- breaking the backs of many a short.
When it comes to self-driving cars, Alphabet's Waymo is the leader, not Tesla, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Stock prices continue to head higher, but does the rally make any sense? Tesla shares lose momentum. Carl Icahn declares war on Cigna.
I have expanded my short book today with addition to ProShares UltraShort S&P500 ETF at $35.01 this morning. Here are some of the reasons I like this trade for a few days: * Market participants have ignored real and rising trade threats, higher shor...
Where does Tesla go from here? Let's go to the chart.
Elon Musk made good on his promise and TSLA is now trading above 2 key moving averages.
The answer to that question is going to determine the short-term health of the market.
Those who can stomach a bit of volatility would probably do well by owning USCR shares or selling some puts.