Don't you love it when investors wake up and realize that meme hype stocks are just that, and have fuck all for fundamentals? Tesla will NEVER establish a foothold in the mass market.
Hope Netflix, Amazon, Facebook etc. are next.
Amazon can produce insane profit whenever they want. They choose not to so they can prioritize growing and investors know this which is why the stock is still so valuable.
Sounds like you need to take a Finance 101 class.
Yes, yes I honestly do.
>implying they haven't already seen the light.
I'm just sad I already covered my short on gopro
If you're interested in Tesla at all, bee it bear or bull, there are a lot of fun articles on seeking alpha from bros going back and forth on tesla. Check out montana skeptic he's kinda been owning the tesla fanboys lately
I love sell offs, I can't wait to pick up TSLA on sale.
I might wait till Elon inevitably announces a model 3 delay due to gigafactory problems, the stock will tank before going to the moon in the 2019-2021 timeframe
FUCK! Never say that! You just brought the crash upon us.
You need to take a finance 101 course. They run an operating profit according to the CEO which allows them to break even. But, the market is so saturated with similar services now that they couldn't make a profit if they wanted to. Meme hype raised its stock price and people are starting to realize that it's shit. It's been on the verge of bankruptcy for a while now
Amazon is worth it if you believe they will convert their market share to using amazon products for everything in life.
I'm skeptical they can.
Amazonfags cannot be reasoned with though.
I think it's like dodging bullets. One misstep and another startup will swoop in and beat them at that service.
It's not like the Matrix you know where Neo doesn't have to dodge bullets. I don't think Amazon is Neo. One red dress and BAM! you're shot in the face.
>switching stock brokers
>would have bought puts in TSLA if my account wasn't in between exchanges
Well that sucks.
Yeah the problem is that online it's too easy to compete. It's not like a Walmart where once they're in your shop you've got them; online you can shop around and compare prices on the fly too easily.