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    #16
    Originally posted by Scallywag View Post

    Your research really paid off! Well done! I think you're young so you'll be holding on to these shares for decades? Increasing your stakes in these companies?
    Maybe.

    Tsla is a long term hold. However there's a possible S&P squeeze that's too good to pass up if the stock price triple. So I will be keeping a very close eye on how this goes. It's a recipe for perhaps one of the largest squeeze this decade all due to a combination of low float percentage and high S&P mandatory buy in at any price. We shall see, but I'll definitely start putting in sell orders around dec 12/21st if sp spikes to 900-1600. AMD I might start selling around 2023 mostly because Intel may make a comeback but I really need to see where 3d stacking is going by then. Fvrr is a long term hold for at least 3-5 years. Tsla is a 8-10 year hold.

    My intentions are to sell slowly if anything for tax purposes.

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      #17
      Originally posted by Singuy View Post

      Maybe.

      Tsla is a long term hold. However there's a possible S&P squeeze that's too good to pass up if the stock price triple. So I will be keeping a very close eye on how this goes. It's a recipe for perhaps one of the largest squeeze this decade all due to a combination of low float percentage and high S&P mandatory buy in at any price. We shall see, but I'll definitely start putting in sell orders around dec 12/21st if sp spikes to 900-1600. AMD I might start selling around 2023 mostly because Intel may make a comeback but I really need to see where 3d stacking is going by then. Fvrr is a long term hold for at least 3-5 years. Tsla is a 8-10 year hold.

      My intentions are to sell slowly if anything for tax purposes.
      If you do sell TSLA on 12th / 21st Dec, if TSLA price doubles, at what price point would you be buying back in? My entire holdings are in post tax retirement account with an average cost basis of $293.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Scallywag View Post

        If you do sell TSLA on 12th / 21st Dec, if TSLA price doubles, at what price point would you be buying back in? My entire holdings are in post tax retirement account with an average cost basis of $293.
        Most bullish price targets from banks are in the 450-550 range. Q4 ER will be a surprise so the stock is worth probably around 550-600. So buy back in once it's in that range

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