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TSLA Sentiment Up on Musk Children and Twitter News

Jack Dalton

6:23 AM

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Why is Social Sentiment Important? and Where Can You Track it?

As we have seen over the past couple of years, there were a good handful of "Social Sentiment Stocks" like GME and AMC that skyrocketed based almost solely off of social sentiment. As a result of this, many people have started to pay attention to the social sentiment behind stocks.

Out of the several Tesla, Inc. (TSLA) stock discussions available for investors to share their opinions and discuss their favourite stocks, there are 2 stock discussion forums that influence TSLA's social sentiment more than any others. These 2 stock discussion forums include TSLA Stocktwits and TSLA Twitter.

The Utradea Social Sentiment Dashboard allows you to track real-time trends and insights for Tesla, Inc. discussions and Tesla, Inc. conversations.

TSLA Stocktwits Sentiment Unphased

Here are the latest analytics from the TSLA Stocktwits forum (over the last 24hrs):

  • 1,742 Posts (up 8.74% day over day)
  • 1,841 Likes (down -4.16% day over day)
  • 2.1M Impressions (down -2.34% day over day)

Overall, the sentiment in the TSLA Stocktwits community is rather constant as there has been no significant increase or decrease to any of their sentiment metrics. I thought that the news of Elon Musk having children with an executive from Neuralink might have had people talking about Musk (and TSLA) on Stocktwits, but this was not the case.

Musk News Causes Sentiment Increase in the TSLA Twitter Community

Here are the latest analytics from the TSLA Twitter community (over the last 24hrs):

  • 5,608 Tweets (up 21.52% day over day)
  • 5.46M Likes (up 391.31% day over day)
  • 39.88M Impressions (up 32.5% day over day)

Overall the TSLA sentiment on Twitter has experienced a sizable increase in their sentiment metrics (especially in their likes). It seems as though the TSLA Twitter community had a bigger reaction to the Musk news than the TSLA Stocktwits community did. Additionally, there have been reports about the Musk and Twitter Deal looking as though it may be called off, which might have also caused an increase in posting/impressions in the TSLA Twitter community. As you might have noticed, the TSLA Twitter community is much larger than the TSLA Stocktwits community as they garner 20x the impressions with only 3-4x the posting volume. Now you might be wondering why this might be (which is reasonable), and the answer is due to the large Twitter accounts that are posting about TSLA on Twitter. Which segways us into the next section of this write-up.

TSLA Twitter Accounts that Influence Social Sentiment

Here is a count of “whale” accounts that are active on TSLA Twitter (over the past 72 hrs):

  • 642 somewhat large Twitter accounts 10,000+ followers,
  • 99 large Twitter accounts with 100k+ followers
  • 7 very large accounts with 500k+ followers

As you can see, the TSLA Twitter community is a gathering spot for large Investment Accounts on Twitter. I have never seen so many large accounts posting about 1 stock before, so this is new for me as well. The sheer amount of these large accounts supports my hypothesis that they are bringing in a disproportionate amount of impressions in the TSLA Twitter community.

Final Thoughts: TSLA Forums and Discussion Boards

Overall, investors are very active on the TSLA Stocktwits and TSLA Twitter Forum. Being able to quickly gain insights into a stock's social sentiment has proven to be beneficial for modern investors. We suggest getting familiar with the Utradea Social Sentiment Dashboard, as it is a quick way to stay up-to-date with social sentiment across a wide variety of stocks.

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