TSLA 2019

Discussion in 'Stocks' started by nursebee, Jan 16, 2019.

  1. nursebee

    nursebee

  2. nursebee

    nursebee

  3. vanzandt

    vanzandt

    That was a good read.
    $282.50 last week was (almost) a no-brainer to buy. $270 would have been better. I never would, but you should have. (Or added more I guess as the dyed in the wool Elon fan that you are). Strong support down there. Its still a paper-tiger imo as a buy and hold. When's it gonna break $400? Or are we going to channel all year between $280 and $365?
     
  4. nursebee

    nursebee

    Fastest ramp of any large complex manufacturing ever, beats model T
     
  5. vanzandt

    vanzandt

    What about the Edsel?
     
  6. nursebee

    nursebee

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  7. nursebee

    nursebee

    Above photo is Tesla ranger service, went to meet the owner. Location is 1.5 hours away from any service center. Odd to find out they are repairing something I have to go to a dealer to get fixed on my own car.
     
  8. nursebee

    nursebee

    A couple interesting bits in the news yesterday
    1/ VW using TSLA products in their charging stations.
    2/ TSLA buying an energy products company, said to be for ultra capicitors though they have a few others things of use.

    Technically dangerous to be in TSLA as it is priced below most or all moving averages 20,50,200. Bearish death cross possible/pending. The big jump down on 1/18 has been attributed to Saudi PIF hedging their position.

    Other pending news, EOY 13F data should be made public by 2/15 or so. 56.96 % ownership last reported.
     
  9. nursebee

    nursebee

  10. dealmaker

    dealmaker

    Tesla Pricing

    Tesla has cut the price of its cheapest Model 3 variant by $1,100, meaning it now costs $42,900 before credits, or $34,850 if you take credits and fuel savings into account. The latest cut is apparently the result of Tesla axing its costly customer referral program. Reuters
     
    #10     Feb 6, 2019