TSLA : Is the EV story going down ?

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In the world of investing, stock price movements often lead investors to believe that a trend will persist for an extended period. Take Tesla’s chart on Nasdaq, for example. From 2014 to 2020, the stock remained relatively flat, hovering around $20. Then, there was a sudden surge to $80 before plummeting back to $20 amid the pre-COVID period. This rollercoaster ride left many investors uncertain about their positions.

Navigating Market Volatility

Following the collapse, Tesla embarked on a remarkable journey, soaring to $400 within two years. This meteoric rise elevated Tesla to the top ranks, with Elon Musk becoming one of the wealthiest individuals globally. However, fast forward two years, and the stock is back at $170, leaving those who entered during the rally stranded. The volatile nature of stocks like Tesla underscores the importance of strategic investing.

Similar scenarios unfold with other stocks like Alibaba, which has seen its value decline significantly over the years. Despite the potential for double-digit gains in the market, holding onto losing positions can be detrimental. Every moment invested in a stagnant stock represents an opportunity cost, hindering the potential for greater returns elsewhere.

To mitigate risks, investors should adopt a price-based approach that aligns with their beliefs. Buying into a stock when the price validates your conviction is prudent. Conversely, holding onto a position as hope dwindles can lead to prolonged losses.

Avoiding common mistakes in investing is paramount to improving returns. Mixing market narratives with price movements, or letting capital remain idle, can hinder investment success. By staying vigilant and adhering to disciplined strategies, investors can navigate market volatility and enhance their overall returns.

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