TSLA Tesla Video Chart Analysis: Trend Remains Bearish. How To Protect Yourself

by Olivier on November 1, 2016

One of the most popular stocks out there is undoubtedly TSLA – Tesla Motors. Its charismatic leader Elon Musk is widely followed, sadly the technicals of the stock remain bearish.

In this quick 4 min video I explain why the overall chart pattern remains bearish:

TSLA – Tesla Motors: 4 Minute Video Analysis

  • All major moving averages are now trending down
  • Price is trading below all the major moving averages
  • The slower and very important MA 200 is threatening to roll over

As you can see in the chart, Tesla hit an area of multiple resistance. Whenever price gaps into ‘Confluence of Resistance’ it usually gets rejected on the first attempt.

Click on TSLA – Tesla Motors daily chart to enlarge:

tsla tesla bearish chart technical analysis scenario explained video how to protect yourself

What is worrisome here is the underlying trading psychology. Elon Musk indicated Tesla might be on the verge of becoming profitable. This is probably the most bullish piece of news you would expect from a CEO during a company’s conference call.

A quick look at the chart reveals the whole story. Price reacted very badly to that piece of news and over the past few days the stock was hit with relentless selling pressure. We now have a stock that wasn’t able to react well to good news and keeps trending down.

‘Price Precedes News’ is the famous market adage that comes to mind here. In Tesla’s case it could mean bad things are to come. If price does accelerate to the downside, bad news would simply add fuel to the fire and confirm the current downtrend.

There is good news though. You do not need to ride a stock during a waterfall decline. Using a stop loss can protect you from big and painful losses.

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