Where will TSLA be at the end of november
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📢When this happens on my daily markets, I will usually wait until the next morning when ALL of the sites will synchronize the "Closing Price". I would than resolve based on that. There was so much price action surrounding the Press Event, it needs time to settle, the after hours trading right now is nuts.

⚠I Will UNRESOLVE, Keep Market Closed & Allow Creator ( @JakeJowita ) To Resolve Accordingly (To the matching numbers on December 1st when markets open and the true close price is reflected across all sites).

📢Creator Please Do Not Resolve Until You Are Truly Ready And Have All The Data You Need To

Assure Proper Resolution. Right Now It Seems Correct, But With The Nasdaq & Google Reporting The Same Number, IME, That Will Most Likely Be The Right Number, But We Wont Know Until EVERYONE Updates.

MarketWatch https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/tsla

CNBC https://www.cnbc.com/quotes/TSLA

Yahoo Finance https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/TSLA/

Barrons https://www.barrons.com/market-data/stocks/tsla

Nasdaq Official Website https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/stocks/tsla

Google Finance https://www.google.com/finance/quote/TSLA:NASDAQ

I am getting an error Unresolving. I will update as soon as I can.

Nasdaq Has Updated:

https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/stocks/tsla

This market more than likely has been resolved correct based on the proof provided and will not need Unresolved.

Google updates around 9am-930am ; however Nasdaq is the OFFICIAL number and 4 others report the same number as the updated Nasdaq number making 5/6 reporting $240.08 and Google still pending an update.

@SirCryptomind Thanks for the update. Wow. What a wild ride resolution ride.

📢$240.08 IS CORRECT, NO REASON TO UNRESOLVE AS THE MARKET RESOLVED CORRECTLY

Google Finance did update:

@SirCryptomind wild! Who knew the market closing price coukd be this much in doubt

Did some on-call guys at nasdaq have a super rough night? Were they doing a manual recount? Were some orders not tracked correctly? We'll likely never know but I'm pouring out a coffee for them

@Ernie Most likely (I haven't checked), there were a confluence of things with the Press Event not helping when Options were expiring and short sellers were getting their after close market orders filled as it dropped in price. This happened before with Tesla 2x this year when @EhMe11 ran them, but her question was a Yes or No, so easier to handle. It has also happened when the regular stock markets close near flat a few times (mostly UK & German Indexes/Markets not so much with US, besides the Russel 2000 since it always reports on a delay) and than it happened to the VIX earlier this week too (a market I run Daily).

I’m sorry there is no unresolved button

@JakeJowita let's wait a bit and see if sites can straighten out their numbers. I think there will soon be a clear final price. Admins can help reresolve if necessary

ok i’ll fix this

I'm seeing sub 240 on some sites, 240+ on Yahoo finance. Strange.

close price -240.08

@JakeJowita What site is that? Everywhere I look says $239.79



@thecusp Nasdaq also shows it was trading at 240.08 right until the bell.

https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/stocks/tsla/latest-real-time-trades

It does look like Nasdaq counts that last trade at 16:00:02 as the "close" price, but other platforms may consider that as "after hours"

@thecusp did you bother clicking on my link?

16:00:02 - 239.79

16:00:00 - 240.08

Which one is considered "at close"?

@e_gle $239.79 is the close price. Look at any other stock. The final trade gets booked at 16:00:02. For example, look at AAPL:

https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/stocks/aapl/latest-real-time-trades

@thecusp thanks, that's another good example where multiple platforms can report different numbers.

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/AAPL/

For the record, I agree close price should be take from the listing exchange, which means your Nasdaq number of 239.79 is correct.

i just want to clarify this is at close- at market close

looks like it could go either way 230-240 or 240-250

if it closes at like 240.05 should 230-240 still be no

@JakeJowita yes, if it isn't between 230 and 240, that range should resolve no (in my opinion)