Ok, one minute to go... can they make that 3 cents disappear? 8^D
on edit: Nope! 8^P
After the recent ups and downs (and downs) I could no longer wait and had to get in. Since I hadn't bought any stocks in the last few years I even had to go to the bank to reopen my account. Anyway: bought 100 TSLA @ 27.88. Might buy more on the way down.
Just wondering... how much money would one need to make the shorts (run for) cover?
What percentage of the 64M floating shares would one need to buy (somewhere between $27 and - say $45) to have the shorts cover? Would 10% of the float (6M x $36 = $200M) do to get the price up to $45?
If we all pulled together, would that be a first: flash-mob stock manipulation?
I think we should promise not to sell below $60. Who's in?
Dear SEC commissioner, should the price of TSLA stock sudden rise at high volume we might have nothing to do with that. Really. Promise.
$60 is a great first target!
Delivered - 11/2/12 - Signature Performance #121 - Vin #513
26.50 buy order just executed. This was sitting on the books for 6 months. Fingers crossed share price is testing its bottom at this level.
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