字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello, investors in traders out there today on a tiki closer look at Tesla. What we're looking at here is a chart that comes from S Tree partners. What it is is a measure of short interest in Tesla's stock. This is a measure of how many shares are short on the stock market, betting on the demise and the decline in Tesla's share price. Currently, there is close to $15 billion betting against Tesla's stock. This is the most shorted stock on the stock market, with close to $15 billion betting against the company. And what that has translated into is a rocket ship in the share price. Again, as test, the share price continues to drift higher and higher. This is the price we can see that there is still close to 26 million shares that are short on the stock market. We can see a divergence between the amount of shares that are short on the stock market as well as the share price. But the's short sellers have been rocket fuel for the shares, and the share price has been pushing and breaking out higher and higher as the shorts are forced to cover. So you can see here as the short interest continues to decline those investors, the big money out there that is betting on the decline and test the share price has been forced to buy to cover. And this has propelled the stock higher and higher. Now, not only it's a share price going parabolic as the shorts are forced to cover, but even the media is shifting their perspective. Here is Jim Cramer's most recent take on Tesla's. Jim Cramer is officially flipping his script on Tesla in 2019. He has completely turned around and change his mind on the future outlook of Tesla's back in 2011. If you're was calling into Jim Cramer's show on CNBC's Mad Money toe, ask about what she should do with her Tesla's shares at the time. In 2011 she owned 200 shares with a cost basis of close to $25 per share. Jim Cramer told her that he doesn't like the stock and to cut her losses. Let's jump over and listen in to what he had to say on Tesla. L e l O l E Oh, yeah. How are you? I'm fine. Okay. And do I wrote under a chair and then I watch. I am down 29% now. That clip was back from 2011 but in 2019 Jim Cramer has a completely different perspective on Tessa. He has finally cave in to the pressure from his family into buying what he has called an incredible car. Let's listen to what Jim Cramer had to say about Tesla. I give up. I mean, of course, Too great. I never thought I'd see the day. Unbelievable. Did he love tap your tweet? Now? Now it doesn't matter. I'm going for this thing. I can set up that I need him to set up the the test right in front of Broad Street, which is where we want to do it. It's time to do apples to apples, but you can't fight your waist. Your spats, your man. I want a five month going back and forth. My daughter in space. Your dad. It's about time. My daughter in New York. It's a bad time. That's enough to daughter. I mean, what am I gonna do? Just continually Just look at the balance sheet. Any men I can't take it anymore if everybody in my family once when I'm done here. In a Twitter update from Jim Cramer, he stated that he took a ride in a Tessa with his wife and she caved in. They are officially buying a Tessa so we can see here that Jim Cramer has completely changed his perspective on Tesla. He's even tweeted about Tessa's bouncy, and he believes that it will shore up and it will strengthen in the years to come. And Tessa officially has another bull on its side. And what we're seeing here is a major shift in perspective towards the company, as investors are willing to assign higher market multiples and evaluation to the stock as the fundamentals continue to strengthen. So again, if you are a Tesla shareholder, think those short sellers think that big money out there that is shorting M betting against Tesla's stock. We can clearly see that there is still over $14 billion betting against the company. This will translate and lead to even higher share prices. I would absolutely love to know your thoughts on tests of stock based on its current price. As always, be sure to let me know your thoughts down in the comments. Thank you so much for tuning in and I'll catch you in the next video.