Are you kidding? The price when he said it was $56.75 or so, and it is now $56.20 roughly. If you are willing to jump on that as "degradation" in a stock this volatile, you are more desperate than I previously believed.
It looks like volume is light to average today. Certainly light compared to yesterday, but even compared to this point in an average day. In other words, I think most folks watching TSLA have taken up their positions and will watch and wait for earnings. Any short who covers now and any long who sells now is just gutless. The price should remain stable until just before earnings come out.
I appreciated that he was right on yesterday. He was even a bit conservative on the magnitude of the slide in the afternoon yesterday. People were gloating about how it was up $2 more in the morning and he was one of the few telling it like he saw it, which turned out to be correct.