mutual fund salesman? is that what you think I do for a living? You're more clueless than I thought. When I said stick to mutual funds, I was pointing to you're obtuse view of the market and the fact that you have no clue. I dont sell them. You need to leave your trailer, get on the bus and go to your local Edward Jones office.
And you think that profit or loss is calculated today? Based on what? Your view that TSLA is a proven success! Even our resident mutual fund seller doesn't claim that. No, the TSLA story still has months and maybe years to play out. Measuring today is such a naive perspective. It's only amateurs that think they need to judge their investments day by day. Some of us measure it over years and over generations.
What I think is great about this board is that I get to hear what a mutual fund salesman with a half completed MBA from his local community college, a few kids just out of high school, a couple of excitable first-year investors, a few would be hustlers, and the generally stupid think about TSLA. Quite different from the world I come from. And that's fine; I recognize that it takes all kinds to make the market. If everyone thought like I do, and did the same analysis there would be no one to take the other side of the trade. I truly am grateful that a mutual fund salesman, the kids, the first-year players, etc have all have come to play. It's always good to have real cash available for the taking. All I can say is Thanks again.