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Tesla Chart Is Breaking

|About: Tesla, Inc. (TSLA)


Tesla stock price is below 50-day, 100-day, 200- day moving averages.

It's approaching three resistances.

It is a "sell" below $ 293.

A quick follow-up of my recent post (Mar. 21, 2018), Tesla's Technicals Say Sell: Tesla's technicals still say sell, even more convincingly than three days ago.

The chart

First things first, here's the chart I'm about to comment.

Chart is as of Friday, March 23, 1 hour 20 minutes before market close. Tesla (TSLA) is drifting lower today.

Tesla chart, 03/23/2018 (Click to enlarge)

  • Tesla stock price is below 50-day, 100-day, 200-day moving averages. There is no magic by itself to the 50-day, 100-day, 200-day moving averagse. However, many investors believe that a stock trading below those levels is bearish. Sometimes this belief on the part of a large number of investors becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.  
  • It's below below support level at $313,56 
  • It's making lower lows
  • It's approaching the following three supports: $295.46, touched on 5/4/2017 (the lower black line); $299.66, touched on 11/2/2017 (the black line in the middle); $303.70, touched on 12/5/2017 (the higher black line).

I dare to say that a close below $293.00, better below $290.00 as we humans are more attracted by round numbers, over the following days, would be very bearish and would open the possibility of further, protracted slides of the stock price.



Disclosure: I am/we are short TSLA.

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