Chevron is a good long-term investment. One of the most significant drivers are the two Aussie NG projects coming online by 2016. Short-term, oil will continue to fluctuate. Increase position over time to hone in on the outstanding dividend.
Energy investors are looking down the road as the crude market continues to re-balance, and esp. in CVX's case, when their two huge LNG Aussie projects come online by 2016. CVX is in for a big boost.
Tesla presently is not profitable, as both GAAP and non-GAAP define "profitable". The "buildout" as you state is based on increased debt load. Further, why do you think Tesla is issuing more company stock? Your enthusiasm for Tesla, which personally i concur, needs to be tempered by facts.
All of your trading theory jibber-jabber has no relation to the reality of a glutted crude oil industry. Until the glut is seriously curtailed, there will not be any consistent re-pricing of crude. (Either that, or the Yemenese rebels blockade the Suez canal ..... OR, Israel decides to bomb Iran ..... OR, ___________________ .....
(fill in the disaster scenario blank as desired.)
You're back to break-even as of now. Stop whining and collect the div ..... that's why everyone invests in this thing.
" news is out.... "
Yes ... your mom's pregnant ..... AGAIN.
In ten year's time, you'll have another posting buddy. That'll make you, what .... 20?
... back last spring. Have no idea why the Yahoo data is still showing a div.
"Last time" ?? NFLX has NEVER been at these lofty prices before, so there's no precedent. The "historical" record in fact shows that all prior new highs points were followed by huge sell offs.
" There is no sensible reason for the stock to be depressed "
This statement aptly demonstrates the Greater Fool Theory, to the tee.
Your supposed "technical indicators" mean absolutely nothing in this present context. Trader's reaction to Co. insiders, and what the insider's selling says about the efficacy of test results, is the important driver right now.