In this video, we are
In this video, we are going over the newly announced 5-1 Tesla stock split and its effects on pricing! As you may have heard, Elon Musk announced a 5 to 1 Tesla stock split today that goes into effect later this month. This video will cover all the details, what it means for you as an investor, and how you can use this knowledge to your advantage.
We'll also cover some current statistics and trends for TSLA and my thoughts on the split.
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So if u get lets say a 1500 strike call for January. It will turn to 5 300 strike calls?
Now can they make their cars worth 5x less? Lol
If i buy Stocks of Tesla on August 24th? What price do I buy the stock at?
I am confused if someone can clarify after the 5:1 split you will have 5 shares of tesla at a new price. These 4 additional dividends are they added to that total giving you a total of 9 shares of tesla?
TSLA stock split
TSLA stock split explained: Since my last two TSLA stock split videos I've received a ton of questions about the TSLA stock split and the the TSLA day of record. By what date do you need to buy TSLA and AAPL stocks to receive the stock split shares? If you buy after August 21 (the stock split day of record) will you still receive the split shares? I will answer this for you exactly in this video. Should you buy tsla stock now? When do you need to buy Tesla stock to get the split shares?
TSLA stock also jumped from $1400 to $1900 the day after the stock split announcement. That's an increase of 36%! Watch this video for a TSLA stock update and a TSLA technical analysis chart.
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Thank you for the clarification. I had planned on holding TSLA all the way through but had to take profit when it jumped over 2100. Now I can relax and wait for a good dip to buy back in. I'm still holding AAPL though as it has not been as volatile through the process.
Just purchased Apple @ Tesla
I'm amazed at the amount of people here who can't grasp this simple concept......even after watching this video...lol
Yall should not be trading if you cant understand this....haha!
Typically goes down after a split.
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Great videos keep it active. Your information is really helpful, do you have anything on antero resources?
If u could see my face when your example was "TOP SHIPS" ?
I liked the hat lol
Can you make a video on INOVIO, why did it crash so badly ? Is the company a scam, or is it cuz Roth downgraded the stock? I’m so confused with this stock . There’s soooo much good news about it but it keeps tanking . So many questions
So, I've bought 3000 shares of a company which had its peak in 2007 trading at $235 per share. Currently trading at $3.06 and had a 1:50 reverse split in 2013.
However, explain me why a reverse split cannot be positive in a way, should company re-position itsself. For example, the company currently has 50 times less outstanding shares, meaning the future value can be divided among less shareholders. Isn't that positive? By the way, the company I'm speaking about currently has 110m shares outstanding. That's basically not a lot.
Could you work me trough this?