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(TSLA)

In our previous TSLA update on 10/14/21 we left you with this,

“On a failure to turn lower from 816.00 we have to go to the long term view for a target and this is 961.00. The long term trend remains positive until it can take out the March low that was 38.2% of the ATH and 3/18/20 low.”

It has now taken 7 trading days to hit the 961.00 long term target after failing to get any setback from 816.00. This huge move up was set up by the fact that it held the long term swing point back on 3/5/21. This was 38.2% of the ATH and ATL, it was also 61.8% back to the 9/8/20 low. After the retest of this area on 5/19/21 is when the move accelerated. The first setback after hitting 61.8% at 692.00 held 38.2% on 3 different days in July, this level was 637.00. It traded below it, but never closed below it keeping the short term trend intact. The rally from there took it to 78.6% on 8/2/21, the setback could only go 38.2% again on 8/17/21 and off it went on to new highs as it should after holding 38.2%. The next measurable setback happened on 9/13/21 and this time it could only go 23.6% and as the 23.6% rule states,

Extremely strong/weak markets will only go back 23.6%. This is Typically a runaway market.

and this is where things started to really accelerate.

With a close above 961.00, it will become our short term swing point, above it the next long term target is 1089.00. On a close below 961.00 look for 38.2% of the 3/5/21 low at 820.00.

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