TSLA has momentum written all over this sucker, and today's pump by Morgan ain't helping. But there is fundamental validity to the stock. Around March 2013, tsla started to see revenue and deliveries break out.
The fundamental trend should continue, which should allow the stock to continue its rise. The Morgan upgrade was a bit annoying as it used the premise of alternative energy storage as catalyst. Here, I take issues. Unless Tesla can bring down the cost of Li-ion batteries, the cost structure is not viable compared to other technologies. I would rather stick to the auto thesis for Tesla. The auto thesis can take tsla to a +$100b market cap, considering their growth, margins and quality (Market Cap. is currently at $25b.)
Barring a hiccup, tsla should keep riding the 5sma, on the weekly. A solid consolidation will have it retest the 190 level, allowing for a good buy-hold type entry. And negative chatter, like the fires seen late last year, may allow for it to see the 38 sma, on the weekly, allowing for a price pount to go in heavy. While waiting for the major consolidations, the plays are around the 5-10sma of the weekly.
FB: A super bull when no one wanted the stock, now very cautious because the pundits seeno wrong in a very questionable, expensive acquisition. Desktop ads are projected to flatline this year.
Maybe this takes some of the shine off of this $170b company with $8b in revenue. (A bit of history, goog consolidated growth for about 3-4 years where revenue grew from $20-$40b and had a market cap ranging from $150-200b.)
Looking for a hiccup, and wanting to enter at the weekly 38 sma.
AMZN: looks interesting here. Revenue growth trends are still on the side of longs. Next levels of support, or entries, ars the 50 and 90 sma on the weekly.
Ebay: waiting for a quick retest near 52. Or it breaks out.