A Couple Of Interesting Months For Tesla Shareholders
It’s been a couple of months since I posted a hedge on Tesla (TSLA) (“Five-Star Safety For Tesla Longs“), about a month and a half since Tim presciently called a top in the stock (“The Telsa Top“), and about a month since we last looked at that Tesla hedge (“Cushioning The Blow For Tesla Longs“). In this post, I’ll recap that hedge and update how that hedge has reacted since. (more…)
On October 28, 2013 in these very pages of Slope of Hope, we mentioned:
“Coach took a header on earnings last week. But it was punished far too much. It’s now oversold on RSI and MACD.” (more…)
I’ve been more-or-less bullish on Zynga for a while, but always with an asterisk, because it has had failed breakouts before. At a minimum, though, it seems well-positioned to close up its gap from way back in July 2012 (cold comfort to whoever paid $15.91 in March of last year, but still, it’s progress).
After I boldly posted my Tesla Top screed, which flew in the face of every analyst on the planet, Tesla has been falling to pieces. Tesla, as I predicted, has become a short-selling paradise. This morning, however, in a classic example of the “news” being priced in before it was even out, the Feds announced they were opening a probe into all those inconvenient fires that Tesla sedans keep having. The stock actually went higher. (more…)