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Tesla short-sellers have lost $18 billion this year on the stock's 230% spike (TSLA)

Tesla short-sellers have lost $18 billion this year on the stock's 230% spike (TSLA)




Tesla's stock has rallied this year, gaining as much as 230% on solid vehicle delivery numbers and a slew of Wall Street upgrades.A 




In the same timeframe, traders betting against Tesla have notched $18.08 billion net-of-financing mark-to-market losses, according to data from financial-analytics firm S3 Partners.A 




A solid part of those losses occured in June and July, according to S3. Tesla short-sellers lost $3.71 billion in mark-to-market losses in June and $4.08 billion in July.A 




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Traders betting against Tesla have lost billions of dollars this year as the stock surged to multiple fresh highs.
Tesla short-sellers have notched $18.08 billion in net-of-financing mark-to-market losses amid the company's more than 230% rally, according to data released Thursday from S3 Partners, a financial-analytics firm.A 
The rally was fueled by solid vehicle delivery numbers and a slew of Wall Street analyst upgrades. Next, all eyes will be on the automaker's quarterly profit report July 22.A 
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