Tesla Whale Trades for March 07
A whale with lots of money to spend has taken a noticeably bearish stance on You’re here.
A look at the history of options for Tesla TSLA we detected 423 strange trades.
Looking at the specifics of each trade, it is correct to say that 43% of investors opened trades with bullish expectations and 56% with bearish expectations.
Of all the transactions identified, 182 are put options, for a total amount of $9,356,042 and 241 are call options, for a total amount of $20,421,552.
What is the target price?
Given the volume and open interest in these contracts, it appears whales have been targeting a price range of $500.0 to $2,475.0 for Tesla over the past 3 months.
Development of volume and open interest
Watching volume and open interest is a powerful move when trading options. This data can help you track the liquidity and interest of Tesla options for a given strike price. Below we can observe the evolution of volume and open interest of calls and puts, respectively, for all Tesla whale trades within a strike price range of $500.0 at $2475.0 in the last 30 days.
Tesla Options Volume and Open Interest in the Last 30 Days
The biggest options spotted:
|symbol||PUT/CALL||Kind of trade||Feeling||Exp. Dated||Strike price||Total trade price||open interest||Volume|
|TSLA||CALL||TO SWEEP UP||BEARISH||11/03/22||$830.00||$927.3K||784||4.2K|
|TSLA||TO PUT||TO SWEEP UP||BEARISH||05/20/22||$690.00||$163.5,000||277||110|
|TSLA||CALL||TO SWEEP UP||BULLISH||07/15/22||$1250.00||$158.7,000||1.4K||686|
Where is Tesla right now?
- With a volume of 13,313,545, the price of TSLA is down -0.69% at $832.51.
- RSI indicators suggest that the underlying stock is currently neutral between overbought and oversold.
- The next results should be published in 49 days.
What experts say about Tesla:
- Piper Sandler has decided to maintain her overweight rating on Tesla, which currently sits at a price target of $1,350.
- Daiwa Capital upgraded its stock to Outperform with a price target of $900
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