Shorting is for really experienced market people. Not saying you're not experienced, but too many amateurs have bet against TSLA the last six months and have nothing to show for it. Wish you well.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
mgiuseff: When i first shorted (may 15) I expected that this could run up above 110 (and I explicitly said that shorts that weren't expecting it would have gotten out). I think where people get into trouble is by jumping in too early with all of their capital (rather than slowly scaling in and out)
Car is great, battery is THE problem, stock (TSLA) is *way* overpriced, GS keeps pumping this, concept is great, dealership has *only* way to market personal transport (unfortunately, as Henry Ford discovered).
I'm neutral in the short run but bearish in the long run. Dont think Musk (as much as I admire him) will improve battery efficiency enuf to make Telsa profitable. Ever.
People betting against the company's success were flushed out. Right now the short argument is that the stock is way overpriced and that many agencies are pumping. I know I won't short at the exact peak, which is why I build up the position on these spikes
you don't understand there is way to much money being used to pump this. it will hit 115 before it ever hits 90's again they have a plan to raise a ton of money from this pump your not part of it other then to steal your short position money away from you. new game in town solarcity and this stock are playing it out