Stop buying into the nonsense of short-term traders who, like children, start whining if they do not get their candy in time. It is hilarious to see Seeking Alpha, Mad Money (I rarely watch), and the like, dissect Tesla as if it was just another stock.
Tesla has single-handedly changed the auto industry, and then some. With more to come, if you can see beyond the curve. Reaching for socioeconomic upside from a new normalization of truth mightier than your run-of-the-mill company is bound to produce some aberrations of short.
And yes, there are risks to overcome. So it is in your child becoming a genius. Would you give up on them because their report cards are so-so? I suggest you consider the merit of the geniuses who arbitrate those.
But yes, take your money elsewhere if you intend to hedge your risk on the hollow opinions of stock traders. Investors they are not — the opinion of opportunists as a nervous and low-life compass of success.
Disclosure: I do not own any Tesla stock. I prefer private stock, a less distorted asset when under my control. You know the stock-market is not a free-market, right?