Tesla stock has recently found decent support around the 220 and 230 region. This is in line with the 100 and 200 exponential moving average on the daily chart.
However, there is a week seasonal period ahead for Tesla that could potentially limit further gains. The most significant area on the chart is the overhead resistance in the 270 to 80 region. Should price continue to move higher will sellers step in?
Tesla’s seasonals are certainly worth looking out over the last 13 years between the 1st of September and 21st of October. Tesla shares have fallen nearly 70% of the time. The average drop has been around 3% and the largest fall was over 22% last year. So, will we see further falls from Tesla this year? Is the 270 to 280 region an area with sellers may step in?
Major Trade Risks:
The major trade risks here are that seasonal patterns do not necessarily repeat themselves each year and Tesla’s share price may keep gaining on a stronger than expected US economy and/or a recovery from China.
Remember don’t just trade it, Seasonax it!