Of course, it depends on how they execute, but any slip at all will take a quick 20% off the stock. Anyone long this stock should at least consider selling at $100 if you're lucky enough to see it again. The spikes up are getting smaller and harder to sustain. Tough stock to predict, but there is a fairly good chance of seeing $90 in the next week. All the excitement is over now, and buyers at this price are getting hard to find.
Sure, it is possible that the volatility carries it there briefly, but when the market is up 1% and TSLA is unch, that is not a good sign. With a pullback in the market, TSLA is likely to pull back several points. I'm just saying it gets harder and harder to climb the hill to $100 as there are less new buyers here than previously. Most who wanted in are already aboard.