Over the last 13 years Tesla has seen an average return of 5% between the 22nd of Jan and the 5th of February. After the close on Wednesday Tesla’s earnings will be released. Will we see a surprise upside beat? In 2023 and 2020 Tesla’s share prices gained over 20%. However, in 2016 Tesla share prices fell nearly 20%. So with a maximum gain during this period of 35% and a maximum fall of just under 20% these are volatile time. If there’s one thing that certain is that it could be a very volatile time for Tesla share prices.
Take a look at Teslas, key support and resistance levels that could be useful for taking advantage of Tesla’s terrific seasonals.
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The major trade risk here is that Tesla’s share prices move with great volatility over the earnings period after Wednesday’s close.
Remember don’t just trade it, Seasonax it!