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im going long, might be overpriced for now but it will only be getting more expensive over the next few years. The growth potential is massive! They also are many years ahead of the competition despite what you hear. It will most likely be 3k+ in a few years. Shorting telsla would not be very smart imo!

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13 hours ago, mayurtulsiyan3 said:

Hi nick .. I am short Tesla.. should I book loss 

Hi, tricky one, looking at the charts below Tesla seems to have run into some resistance end of last week which might force it down some but will need to wait for after the market opens post holiday to get a better idea as to near term direction. 

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