Tesla short sellers

Tesla [TSLA] FUD: Regulatory Credits

When I started writing for CleanTechnica, a big part of my goal was to examine the articles that seemed to spread FUD — fear, uncertainty, and doubt — about Tesla to determine when there was something to the underlying message and when I felt the data was being misinterpreted.

Gamestonk [GME]? Did Tesla [TSLA] Shorts & Retail Investors Pave The Way?

I was trying to write the third part in my “Tesla [TSLA] Retail Investors Have an Advantage — Here’s Why” series, and I kept getting distracted by reading about the various short squeezes currently being carried out on Wall Street, headlined by Gamestop. On that topic, I am amazed by the parallels that the WallStreetBets subreddit has to a lot of my own research over the past few years.

A Tesla (TSLA) Story In 4 Acts

It’s a mid-late Sunday morning and as my cats race around my home like its Nurburgring, I open Twitter to see a tweet by Earl of Frunkpuppy that inspires this piece. In his tweet, below, Earl shared an image of four Tesla-related headlines over the years.

Comparing Tesla to AOL in 1999 Is Silly

Earlier this month, I shared my thoughts about a CNN article that stated that Tesla (TSLA) short sellers lost more than the entire US airline industry in 2020. In that piece, I also shared some thoughts from Jim Chanos, one of Tesla’s most notorious and outspoken short sellers, who happens to still believe that Tesla will fail.