It always happens. When the big boys feel that the options momentum left them in the dust, they hit the stock on the head in order to cash in their puts. Then they buy the calls and let the stock move up again. Look for this stock to hit $54 today.
Yes, it's down. I added 500 more this morning pre-market. I don't usually do pre-market buying, but I believe this is a HUGE opportunity, Barrons or not.
Anyone selling this stock is a big fool. Icahn is simply broadening his shareholder base. What's wrong with distributing risk?
For a company that's not been known for profit-making, this drop in its bucket means that it has wasted years of its time in senseless litigation. Look out for $8 in two weeks.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
This thing will end the day at around $35.
This garbage 140 letter BS is going to $35 today.
I was puffing about buying TSLA call options (a huge load of them) two days ago. Yesterday, I made up my mind to do so. Then at the last minute I warned myself off. That would have cost me real money.
I'm cautious about this, but some mindless buying can give you a 100% upside on this one tomorrow. Just saying, but I'm not sure!