I wonder if there will be an attempt to take it down to 159.xx to keep the 160 Puts in the money. Lot of them still open (and cheap right now). Imagine if thousands end up coming in the money for weekend conversion.
Maybe so. She's definitely selling off like I knew she would. The only thing I'm thinking, if TSLA follows the usual pattern exactly, then there could be a sudden run up in the last hour of trading. The problem is, you never know if it will be in the first half or the latter half of that last hour? Usually close to the close there's a run up, but lately the run up begins about an hour and a half prior to close, then the sell-off begins about 30 minutes before the closing bell all the way to the end. Then small sell-off in after hours. I'm thinking of Shorting additional shares before the closing bell. If it runs up to $165 or higher I'm definitely shorting at least 100 - 200 more shares before the closing bell! Good Luck!