I sold calls today, expiring tomorrow. Should have sold them at a lower strike price.
So, what makes SPHD (and SDY) do so much worse than SPY over the past couple of days? I think of this ETF being less volatile, but I guess I don't understand it.
I bought back in a few weeks ago. If oil stays low, the price should go up. Something like 6-7 gallons of oil for each tire manufactured.
I've never had a car that couldn't be driven with the door open.
You do realize that the S is the largest selling model in that segment for any manufacturer?
Not that I'm saying that TSLA isn't still overpriced, or that the company will be around in 10 years. It is the lower priced (not existing) model that is crucial to build/sell -- the S is doing fine.