Nathan_Black

TSLA: The Most Important Chart Structures! (D & W charts).

BATS:TSLA   Tesla, Inc.
TSLA shares are up today, reacting above the 21 EMA seen on the daily chart, which, by the way, is still pointing upwards. What's more, it hasn't managed to lose support at $226, which we nailed in our last public study (the link to my previous TSLA analysis is below this post).

Given the technical evidence described above, TSLA maintains bullish sentiment in the medium term, as it has failed to trigger a bearish reversal structure by losing its key support levels. However, it has not yet broken through the previous top of $246.70 so that it could make a higher high again, resuming the pattern of higher highs/higher lows that makes up an uptrend.

As mentioned above, only if TSLA loses the $226 area would this trigger a bearish technical reversal pattern on the daily chart, as we would see it making a lower low after failing to break through the previous top of $246 - a classic bearish pivot point. For now, the situation seems to be under control. Now let's take a look at the weekly chart:


Here we see why it is so important for TSLA to maintain the bullish sentiment. TSLA’s price is still inside a Descending Channel, which could be part of a huge Bullish Flag pattern, but it must confirm an upwards breakout so it can turn the long-term sentiment bullish again.

TSLA is almost there and if it breaks this channel, it could easily look for the next resistance around $300 again. So far, there is no apparent bearish reaction suggesting a top or a correction to the support line of this channel – in fact, TSLA is finally above the 21 ema on the weekly chart again.

I’ll keep you posted on this, so remember to follow me and support this idea, if you liked it!

Best regards,
Nathan.

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