Quick thoughts. Why don't I play the fluctuations? I could because I would be happy to own Tesla so I could buy a dip and if things go sour, I would be reasonably happy to own the stock for 10 years. Lately, I've been complaining about surging cash and companies being bought out. That doesn't mean I'm just sitting here complaining. I feel I have found a faster horse so I am placing my bets accordingly. The other company is not in the EV space. We have been buying and there is more buying to come. Once again... I feel an amazing, best case, future would have Tesla intrinsically valued at $2T (of today's money) in 2031. If I could buy Tesla at a valuation of $500B (that's just over $500 share price), I would be looking at 4x return over a decade, best case, in a growth industry with no thoughts of receiving a distribution. If I buy in again, and it's definitely a possibility, I will do it on a relatively small scale. Certainly, it will be less than 10% of our portfolio. If you're looking for a well run company, doing a great job, with a very bright future, Tesla is it. In fact, it's one of the top companies, in this regard. If you are looking for an extreme growth opportunity, I believe Tesla has out scaled it's ability to provide extreme growth going forward. Tesla could easily be worth 50T in 50 years but that is not exponential growth and it is likely to have similar size peers.