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US short-selling: short-selling Tesla's highest earnings, shorting Ali's biggest loss

via:新浪科技     time:2019/8/14 17:31:35     readed:44

Ihor Dusaniwsky, the research director at S3 Partners, said that by the end of 2019, Tesla lost $27.5 billion in return on market value.

Elon Musk (Elon Musk) has been fighting sceptical investors on Twitter. And the short seller uses Tesla stock to obtain wealth, must be inconsistent with the situation that Musk himself envisions.

Musk has repeatedly criticized short sellers. He called these short sellers "value destroyers." For example, in May 2018, Musk warned the bears to be "the biggest burning short-seller in this century." It is best to prepare and claim to burn out short. He wrote on Twitter: "The biggest burning short-seller in this century is coming. The flamethrower is about to arrive."

Although Tesla's share price rebounded after reaching its lowest point in June this year, the company is still heading for the biggest annual decline in history. Market concerns about the company's vehicle demand and its profitability have caused Tesla's share price to fall.

In terms of short-selling gains, behind the Tesla is the pharmaceutical company AbbVie Inc., while Tesla's short-selling earnings have more than tripled that of AbbVie. AbbVie's short-selling revenue is about $776 million. DuPont ranked third, with short-selling revenue of $631 million based on market capitalization.


The highest annual short-selling stock ranking

The shares of Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd. brought the biggest losses so far this year to nearly $3 billion. Followed byapplewithAMDIt has been difficult for bears to short these stocks.

The S&P 500 Information Technology Index, which includes half of the companies in the following form, has risen 28% since 2019. (行云)


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