I hadn't heard of this but you hit it on the head, buddy. K-shaped is what i forsee as well.
Here's a news clip that illustrates the different types visually
I think you travel too much away from home to take something like this on your own BUT there are developers who will sell stakes in development projects with minimum stakes I've seen ranging from $30K-250K. Depending on the kind of deal, that can be all you risk.What? And become one of those landlords who make < 90k a year who can't get the money to cover the rental property's mortgage because of eviction moratoriums . I don't see myself picking up any rental properties anytime soon.
I was watching a TSLA review today by an analyst, he recommended waiting until after the election (NOV 4 to NOV 6 timeframe) with a target price of about $250.Latest from my favorite dumpster fire: NKLA sued TSLA for $2B (because they need money) claiming design patent infringement on the Semi that they rolled down a hill. TSLA responds by saying that NKLA stole the design cues from RIMAC (the Croatian electric company guys who supply the battery packs to Koeniggsegg and made an EV supercar that Richard Hammond drove off the road).
This write up is hilarious.
In a surprising turn of events, Tesla (TSLA) now claims Nikola (NKLA) stole its truck design from Rimac’s designer in an update to its patent lawsuit update. As we previously reported, Nikola alleged that Tesla’s electric truck design infringes on its existing patents. Specifically, a series of...electrek.co
ps. I will likely own TSLA one of these days; I'm just not going to buy anywhere near this pricing.
Let's say you want to buy at the analysts suggestion and are willing to commit the cash $250 x 100 = $25K TODAY.I was watching a TSLA review today by an analyst, he recommended waiting until after the election (NOV 4 to NOV 6 timeframe) with a target price of about $250.
I'm suggesting that if you really want to expand your position in TSLA, here's a way to do it and make more money while you wait.Okay, Are you suggesting I trade options or just explaining options theory to me?
Here an interesting theory on Battery Day that makes sense. The theory is "Elon / TESLA are sandbagging." on the improvements so as not to impact current sales. The advances and timeline are better and further along than was indicated on Battery Day.
I wouldn't say I'm an active trader because I'm not buying and selling contracts as a way to multiply the amount of stock my money could control. IMO, that's speculation.Ok. I really need to dig into and understand options. I take it you're a very active options trader. Thanks so much for taking the time to explain this stuff to me.