Those who wanted to play short lost it again. It seemed that the losses of the traders (accumulating to 5 billion USD, according to some sources) who wished to make a fortune on the decline of Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) stocks should have taught the rest a lesson. Alas, the current situation demonstrates that the bears still refuse to believe that Tesla stocks may go on growing.
Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) has been downtrending since December, having lost around 48% so far. In early May, in another Tesla stocks review, we mentioned the short position percentage had been around 25%. Now, it's already 28.12%, and every single day, the negative sentiment increases. When the stock was above $300, there was not so much of negative forecast; currently, both the leading banks and analysts are downgrading Tesla's rating. Some even say the company may get restructured, and call Elon Musk a scammer, probably just to make their short positions more effective.
With the company finally getting its first profit, building new units and expanding the business, well, here we are: after reaching $380, the stock went severely down! The short positions in Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) are already over 25%, while when the company reported large losses, the stock surprisingly soared. Around two months ago, in the previous Tesla stocks analysis we said it might have reached the top, and now it looks like our expectations came true.
In 2018, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) booked its first net profit since the IPO. This could have pushed the price even higher and make the money flow rapidly into the stock, but in fact the rising tide active since 2010 stopped, while the bears were finally able to start their short selling. Fundamentally, the stock should […]