Tesla’s Tapestry of Red Flags $TSLA $TSLAQ

Tesla’s Tapestry of Red Flags $TSLA $TSLAQ

This is an unedited clip of my live-stream in the Cube Investments chat room on Wednesday, 13th March.

I discuss a wide range of red flags at Tesla (TSLA), including those which sprung up in the last few weeks.

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At the time of publication, Graham Neary has a financial interest in TSLA derivatives.

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    Great summary Graham, thank you.

    Just 2 comments:-

    a. I’m surprised Scottish Mortgage Trust is such a big holder of Tesla shares – which makes me wonder whether they’re seeing something I’m not, and

    b. I guess there’s always the chance that an outside party would at some price see value in the tech or the name (albeit, I think that’d be a v low price compared to now). 

    Additionally, seems the model Y unveiling was received in a very like warm way, which means Tesla will struggle to get deposits in the volume it needs… 

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      Thanks YS.

      There are some good investors on the long side but there are also some pretty good investors on the short side. Off the top of my head, there are Druckenmiller, Chanos, Einhorn.

      I try not to let information about who is long/short a stock affect my thinking too much, though.

      I believe that a potential acquirer should be paying more attention to Tesla’s non-recourse debt rather than to its equity at this point.

      Model Y unveiling was a damp squib and I think Tesla is now in a battle to keep deposits flowing in, speed up the movement of its inventory and of course strech its payables to the max.

      Following the latest developments with the SEC and the Q1 price cut mess, I added outright TSLA shorts to my TSLA put holdings today.

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