Well, You're 22ish, and have lived almost no life.💎👐
It's clear that Reddit is below a man of your standing, but if you could bring yourself to stoop to their level you'd see that there's actually a ton of data trawling and discussion based on SEC filings, FINRA data, traditional technical analysis, etc, that someone like you who actually does have knowledge (not sarcasm this time) may find intriguing or able to offer a data based counter argument. But now you're offering empty conjecture of "I've seen this before". You were adamant that everyone sell GME at $40 because the "flowers have wilted" and then it shot up 7x the price and has been maintaining at 5x that price. 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀
You haven't lived through stock bubbles, ones that just pop one day leaving retail investors with worthless stock, or at least stock that's lost 75% of its value.
You haven't seen runs that have no correlation to a companies performance, future performance, industry movement, or anything else.
You haven't lived through runups that seem like they will never end, then turn in an instant.
Gold, Bitcoin, tech stocks, now Meme stocks, it's all the same script, just repeated to investors who haven't lived through it before, or haven't learned anything from it.
Just like NFT's, trading cards, and all the other crap people are throwing their money at now. Those have all come and gone before, and soon too will those again be worth nothing.
You want to talk Tesla performance, they lose money without EV credits, plain and simple. I like the company, but it's in a mature industry, not tech. They have no path to the profits they'd need to justify the share price. They have insanely huge capital requirements to create any growth. Their margins aren't currently higher than anyone else in their industry.
You have numbers to refute any of that feel free to present them. Otherwise it is just an overpriced stock supported my memes and people blindly buying based on the LOL's.