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    I heard on CNBC yesterday that volume from the retail investor has doubled in the last 10 years. Seeing the big days for TSLA and to a lesser extent AAPL after their splits, it makes me wonder if there is more value now than years past in keeping your stock price low. And if that is the case, why would any company choose to keep their stock price high, if its just free money to split it. Looking at Berkshire Hathaway, AMZN, GOOGL, etc.

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    You're probably right. The mindset is that for a $1,000 stock to increase it needs to go to $2,000, but a $5 stock only needs to go to $10.

    Problem is TSLA's P/E is still 1,150.

    Even paying off this debt, they might lower the P/E to half that, but still would be 500+. Interesting that insiders have held off on selling stock for debt reduction the past few months until the recent 'split ramp'.

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    Something for the fanboys. To infinity and beyond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullitt View Post
    You're probably right. The mindset is that for a $1,000 stock to increase it needs to go to $2,000, but a $5 stock only needs to go to $10.

    Problem is TSLA's P/E is still 1,150.

    Even paying off this debt, they might lower the P/E to half that, but still would be 500+. Interesting that insiders have held off on selling stock for debt reduction the past few months until the recent 'split ramp'.
    The nutty P/E is the reason why I haven't bought the stock. I am a big fan of the cars, tech, and Elon. No doubt it's the most advanced vehicle on the road. And then there's all kind of other revenue streams as well that help justify a higher P/E than a normal vehicle stock, but THAT much more. I would love to own TSLA stock, but I'm not buying into a P/E that high. I'll keep missing the boat if I have to; it just doesn't make sense to me.

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    Getting whacked right now. Down around 15% from the intraday high of just yesterday.

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    Caught a bid at the 20-day EMA...





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    Extremely short term time frame for me, but can't help to see that TSLA is getting whacked another -4.5% pre-market.

    All those trapped longs who bought more after the split when "the stock got cheaper".

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    I still think that P/E ratio is out of this world. I started a youtube channel to talk stocks:


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    You'll have to check the PF chart for yourselves, it would take up an entire page.

    PF bearish price objective - $161.

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    -21%. In one day. I couldn't even imagine.

    The folks at Morningstar placed a FV of $173 on it in late July. Interesting how close it is to the PF chart target of $161.

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    Don't forget, when Commander Musk said the stock was overvalued on May 1, it was 50% below where it is today.

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    Nice...

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