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After a $170/share rise in Tesla's shares today... ¿¿¿ — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February
Tesla rocketed higher in a move similar to the bubble days of 20 years ago.
Martin Baccardax (@mdbaccardax) tweeted: Tesla : Days from $300 to $400: 976 Days from $400 to $500: 25 Days from $500 to $600: 18 Days from $600 to $700: 4
The longer that the market can stay in positive territory then the more likely that more buyers will enter.
I am not about making friends, I am about making money. And I don't think I can help you make money in the oil and gas stocks anymore.
* A $7000 price target on Tesla "Meshuganah is Trump." - Grandma Koufax Tesla's shares are another +$60/share higher today.
My first trading move in February will be to do some buy-write orders Monday using just out of the money call options on the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF.
Buying right here might be ill-advised -- not because of the risk of a gigantic decline, but to wait for more information on how this coronavirus is spreading.
Amazon is a main reason why you should have faith that our country remains the leader in technology. Oil companies like Exxon may just be on the wrong side of history. Ask Elon Musk.
I hope that investors remember that actual human beings are the ones purchasing cars, cell phones, and coffee everywhere around the world.
That's the question my wife asked me recently -- here's my answer.
I will be looking to buy individual stocks if we finally see some deep corrective action.
* The action (narrowing breadth, etc.) has not been good following the one day reversal higher from recent lows. * Deep value stocks continue to get whacked. * Growth stocks (e.g., Facebook ) are returning to earth - with violent reaction to disappo...
There's good spend, bad spend, and no spend.
Tesla's market cap is closing in on $120 billion - that's a larger market capitalization than General Electric ! At $116 billion, Tesla now has a higher market cap than General Electric. Fun fact: In 1897, GE and Westinghouse Electric purchased Niko...
Prices can get pushed to ever higher levels as shorts cover and others pay up for growth.
It's no secret that the Fed would like to get out of the short-term repo business.
Solid large-cap earnings and narrow strength are creating a distorted picture of overall market conditions.
"Tesla's shares rise to $600/share before it poops out. Elon Musk marries Grimes, his pregnant girlfriend. The couple divorces by year-end." --Doug Kass, 15 Surprises for 2020 In response to its quarterly results, Tesla is trading in the premarket a...
Tesla has the 3 key ingredients that help a loss-making company to succeed: the brute force of the founder, the unbelievable nature of the product and breathtaking execution.
The coronavirus outbreak from Wuhan has hit Hong Kong stocks hard as they resume trade. We won't know the impact on mainland listings until next week at the earliest.
There is no political will on either side of the aisle to address ever expanding deficits.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, not a man given to exaggerate, has referred to the spread of this coronavirus in China as 'a grave situation.'
Dip buying is unlikely to be quick and easy this time, but eventually, the rush for the exits will create great individual stock picking.
Be prepared for 'China' to become a one-word palliative to ease investors' worries about weak guidance for corporate earnings in the March quarter.
American Airlines, Supernus Pharmaceuticals and TPI Composites should see their fortunes improve this year.
The China coronavirus, extended technical conditions and a 'sell the news' reaction to earnings are giving the bears ammunition.
Price action, volume and volatility tell the whole story, and here's what to expect soon.
"Tesla's shares rise to $600/share before it poops out. Elon Musk marries Grimes, his pregnant girlfriend. The couple divorces by year-end. " - 15 Surprises for 2020 Earlier today Tesla traded at $594.50 - within a few ticks of my $600/share surpris...
This chart of Tesla is why I rarely short high interest stocks (relative to float and average daily trading volume):