17Nov11:02 amEST

Helluva Long Sequel to Enron, Jimmy

Words cannot describe how tedious it must be for famed and well-regarded short-seller Jim Chanos (pictured, left) to keep holding TSLA short amid the stock's legendary moves this year. Back during the March crash, Chanos appeared on CNBC and figured to have finally been on the cusp of prevailing in a long, hard-fought battle. 

Since then, TSLA rallied from the $300 to a current split-adjusted price over $2200. 

With its inclusion in the S&P 500, even if today's pop marks a near-term contrarian top, it remains uniquely difficult to short TSLA, and I am looking at many other tech names first before I would ever consider the bet.

On that note, two names on the long side which could move/squeeze in sympathy with TSLA, and always seem to do just that, are SPCE WKHS, respectively below on their daily charts. 

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