Tesla share slump adds to ARKK Fund’s own decline

Tesla share slump adds to ARKK Fund’s own decline

2022-01-29 08:05:00 AM

Tesla share slump adds to ARKK Fund’s own decline

A double-digit drop in Tesla shares on Thursday has added to a nightmare start to the year for Cathie Wood’s flagship strategy

Sam Potter. Picture: BLOOMBERG.Elon Musk’s electric-vehicle maker is arguably Wood’s highest conviction bet and the biggest holding of the ARK Innovation ETF , which has plunged in January as investors dump expensive-looking and speculative tech bets. Yet until now, Tesla’s drag on the fund in 2022 had been modest.

That changed on Thursday after Tesla’s fourth-quarter earnings and outlook underwhelmed investors — triggering a 12% drop in its shares. The move added almost a full percentage point to ARKK’s own decline, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. 

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Far from a slump, more of a market overreaction. With an average PT of $1100, earnings beat, increased production, the price will move up soon (3day rule). Waking up everyday to see my withdrawals successful notifications on my mailbox. is the best thing I have ever wished for myself, You can contact him via crypto trade. MichaelWeldon_

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28 January 2022 - 17:47 Sam Potter . Picture: BLOOMBERG . Elon Musk’s electric-vehicle maker is arguably Wood’s highest conviction bet and the biggest holding of the ARK Innovation ETF , which has plunged in January as investors dump expensive-looking and speculative tech bets. Yet until now, Tesla’s drag on the fund in 2022 had been modest. That changed on Thursday after Tesla’s fourth-quarter earnings and outlook underwhelmed investors — triggering a 12% drop in its shares. The move added almost a full percentage point to ARKK’s own decline, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.  The ETF closed down 3.9% as US megacap stocks fell anew.  ARKK has slumped 30% this year through Thursday, with Tesla accounting for about 1.74 percentage points of the decline — up from 0.91 percentage point on Wednesday. That makes it the third-largest drag on the ETF in 2022, after Roku and Coinbase Global. Wood’s oft-repeated mantra is that her firm ARK Investment Management invests with at least a five-year time horizon, and that volatility in their equity picks is expected. The firm frequently uses drawdowns to add to its favourite holdings, and its daily trading statement shows it added about $27.8m of Tesla on Thursday, based on the carmaker’s closing price.  It has also trimmed winning positions when they threatened to become too big. This has included generally keeping Tesla below 10% of ARKK. On Friday the ETF dropped 1.7% as of 9.44am in New York. Tesla fell 3%. Bloomberg. More stories like this are available on