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What price would YOU pay for TSLA stock TOMORROW?

What price would YOU pay for TSLA stock TOMORROW?

Wild swings, hardly know when to pull the trigger.

What would you pay , always tomorrow, but how often we miss out.

Is there that much upside %-wise though?

andy.connor.e | May 12, 2020

At this point, anything below $700 is a steal

jimglas | May 13, 2020

$300

Ross1 | May 13, 2020

Hard to see it under 800 again. Poised to trigger but there are bigger swings out there.

tew ms us | May 14, 2020

I'd be willing to read every anti-Trump post from the haters in exchange for 100 shares.

andy.connor.e | May 14, 2020

thats a deal you wouldnt want to miss out on

Orthopod | May 14, 2020

805$

thomas.hitchcock | May 14, 2020

If Tesla hit $650 I would buy more

tekson421 | May 15, 2020

Tesla is one the best company to invest your money at the current time and I think anything below $700 is a steal.
https://getgeek.co/

morriLinda1 | May 15, 2020

Tesla stock price jumps and falls so often last time.It can be risky

fazman | May 19, 2020

I am not a fan boi or a hater, I am in the middle as an owner who has no agenda other than sharing his personal opinion. Its great to see Tesla this high with the reset of thr atock market also at all time highs too.

I feel the entire market will tank again very soon (probably in 1-2 months... hopefully if Tesla also drops a lot with
everyone else... I hope to pick up TSLA cheap at $200-$300 range per share. Last time I had got in at $160 ish and hopped out at $500.

Ross1 | May 19, 2020

Going up now. Good articles about batteries, power grid.
I guess Tesla foray into power grid in UK is a pilot.
Looking for stock with more than 100% upside, what is there?
I picked a few. Just doubled up on TSLA.
I see it doubling every 2nd year. Worst case.

rxlawdude | May 19, 2020

@fazman, as much of an optimist as I am, I fear the 2Q20 overall economy will dump the market. Sort of a second wave.

Waiting to re-enter TSLA, but way too risky IMO at current price and with the current state of the world.

fazman | May 23, 2020

RXlawdude, I went to all cash already, while I do feel FOMO as stocks are hovering at all time highs... i have the feeling that i will remain in all cash till the end of 2021.

Whenever the shoe drops and DOW gets to around 15k or less... Thats when i hope to come in and gobble up large market cap companies who give out dividends.

dmm1240 | May 23, 2020

I'm with fazman. I cashed out of all my stocks a couple of months back. The small investment account I still play with is all cash right now.

Do I believe Tesla will go to $4,000? Yes.
$7,000? Yes.
$15,000 Yes.
Tesla is poised to become the dominant player in the auto industry. But not now.

Institutional and heavy investors are abandoning the equity markets in droves. It's being propped up right now by retail investors and hedge funds who've gotten their hands on a lot of that cash the FED is handing out by the truckload. When the big, long term type investors bail that's always a bad sign.

We are nowhere near beating the first wave of this pandemic and all the scientists are predicting a larger and more deadly second wave, probably this fall sometime. During the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, 80% of the deaths came in the 2nd wave.
We have 36,000,000 people who have lost their jobs in the past two months. Remember when not too long ago it was pop the champagne cork when the monthly jobs report added 250,000 in one month?
The Atlanta FED just predicted the economy will drop 42.8% in the 2nd quarter.
25% of the restaurants that have closed are gone for good.
Hertz, Neiman Marcus, JC Pennys, etc declared bankruptcy over the past few days. Thousands more are coming.
Only the Pollyannas on Wall Street are talking about a V shaped recovery any more? Even traditional financial analyst shops like BoA are predicting doom and gloom.
Big corporations are quietly saying they'll use this financial armageddon to "restructure" meaning a ton of people who have been furloughed will never be called back.
Ford is saying they have enough cash to get through the end of the year. What they're leaving out is what happens next year.
There are now predictions of a mortgage crash when the deferred payment period runs out in July and then again six months later for those who got a 1 year holiday on paying their mortgages.
They're saying the mortgage default rate will hit 15%; at the worst of the Great Recession it topped out at 7%.

The stock market is not the economy. I call it a casino, but there is still some connection, however tenuous, and that will come into play and soon.

Chart monkeys are talking about this being a classic head and shoulders pattern. Stocks go up, there's a dip, then it rises some more, and then falls some and meanders for a while, which is what's happening now. Then comes the big crash. When? Dunno, but not too far in the future.

You do what you want, I have been wrong plenty of times and could be again, but I'm staying in cash until further notice. Love Tesla, hate the overall picture.

jonatasfil1337 | May 23, 2020

lol

Wilber | May 23, 2020

I pretty much agree with fazman, rxlaw, and dmm. I am loooong TSLA and believe ARK Invest has it figured out with a target price around $10K by 2025. BUT, spent most of my life working in clinical research statistics and a little in epidemiology and believe the pandemic is far from over. And, the adverse econ impact. Wont be at all surprised to see TSLA near $200 sometime this year. but Tesla will ride it out much better than most companies.

Ross1 | May 23, 2020

Possibly sell after Battery Day

fazman | May 24, 2020

BTW guys... thanks for keeping things on point and civil in this thread... kinda nice not having the usual trolls come out of the wood work and poop all over stuff. Nothing wrong with having a different opinion, but those trolls are way off the topic .

Any who... so I have to figure out sell a home and cash out or hold it and ride it out to see if things might actually go up by end up year supported by low int rates. I am still going back and forth on the topic in my head.

fazman | May 24, 2020

As for the battery day news, i would guess sell before the event happens and all the excitement will drop after the news event... you can buy back afterwards if you anticipate a drop

Ross1 | May 24, 2020

Or on Batday

vmulla | May 26, 2020

When is battery day?

andy.connor.e | May 26, 2020

historically, rises in value after good news dont fall unless its followed up by bad news later on. TSLA is not recommended for short term traders. The 52 week high and low should explain that well.

andy.connor.e | May 26, 2020

@vmulla

i dont think we know yet

Ross1 | May 27, 2020

Why isnt the stock moving?
I paid 826 on May 19 for a batch, it has been same or less + and - since then, while the other car cos have escalated.
Does anyone think that Batday is already priced in?

Ross1 | May 27, 2020

This is my wishlist:

Batday , a day or two after, runs to 1200, then drops off for another buying opp, then I can stock up and go long to 7000.