TSLA Stock: Price Chart Analysis


According to Bloomberg, the world's richest people got even richer in the first half of 2023. Musk tops the list with +USD 96.6 billion, followed by Zuckerberg with +USD 58.9 billion. The staggering growth in personal wealth is driven by the bullish stock market of META (up more than +140% since the beginning of the year) and TSLA (up more than +150% since the beginning of the year).

Perhaps to catch up with Musk, Zuckerberg gave the green light to the launch (scheduled for July 6) of Twitter's competitor, the Threads social network. Recall that Musk does not like this so much that he challenged Zuckerberg to a fight, and Zuckerberg agreed. Negotiations are underway with UFC managers about holding a billionaire fight.

Meanwhile, the bull market continues, with TSLA's share price hitting a new high for the year after reporting record EV shipments in Q2. At the same time, the TSLA stock chart shows that:

→ the price of TSLA breaks through the descending channel with a gap (shown in red) and fixes above it within the ascending channel (shown in blue);
→ TSLA price is near the upper border of the rising channel, which is resisting;
→ TSLA price is approaching psychological resistance at USD 300 per share — last year it proved to be a test for bulls, showing their failure.

According to analysts published by CNNMoney, the average target price for TSLA shares is around USD 220.

Given the above, we can assume that the TSLA stock market is vulnerable to a pullback within the blue channel. But that's probably less likely to upset Musk more than his loss in a possible fight against Zuckerberg.

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