Options Day-Trade, Nets … 170%
It’s no secret that Tesla’s a Ponzi scheme mania.
Its current market capitalization is over ten-times that of General Motors (GM); a company that’s been in business, since 1908.
GM’s auto production numbers for 2022, were 66% higher (imagine that), than Tesla’s 1.37-million; provided, that we actually believe any of the data. 🙂
If we take Tesla’s market cap as of Friday’s close (654.7bln) and divide it by the closing price of 196.89, we get 3.33.
You can’t make this stuff up.
The TSLA market has ultra-high liquidity and is highly emotional (like the gold market). That liquidity lends itself to Fibonacci-based analysis.
We’ll get to the analysis but first, the options trade.
Tesla TSLA, Option Trade: 3-minute Chart
We’re trading the day of expiration 2/10, and the value is decaying rapidly. The entry of 0.50 was about where the option closed on the prior session.
Note, the entry was made on the way up … extremely difficult to stomach selling short, on an expiring position, as the price is rising.
Option was closed when it was obvious there was no more downside for the day. Since it was a 195.0 Put, it expired worthless at the end of the session.
Now, on to Fibonacci.
Tesla TSLA, Daily, with Fibonacci Projection(s)
The chart shows how precise the moves have conformed to Fibonacci.
We’ve included the “3.33”, as mentioned above; it will be interesting to see what happens at the next open.
After-hours activity was down – 2.31 pts, on 2,486,196 shares, according to BigCharts.
Depending on subsequent price action, the next update will address the Fibonacci downside projections.
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