TSLA Stock & Options Analysis
please fetch price data for TSLA stock and call options with strick price 240 and
280 which expire in december 2024
create a graph showing different profit scenarios, like what would be the profit if TSLA ends up at 280 in december 2024, what if
300, $320 and so on
think about a nice way to show this so we can compare it
I'm only interested in the pure profit
If I invest 100 into TSLA directly what would be the profit compared to investing
100 into different call options
To create a graph showing different profit scenarios for TSLA stock and call options with strike prices of 240 and
280 expiring in December 2024, we need to follow these steps:

Fetch Price Data for TSLA Stock and Call Options:
 We will use financial data APIs (like Yahoo Finance API) to fetch the current price of TSLA stock.
 Fetch the premium (cost) of the
240 and
280 strike price call options expiring in December 2024.

Calculate Profits for Different Scenarios:
 Define scenarios: TSLA stock price at
280,
300, $320, etc., in December 2024.  Calculate the profit for direct investment in TSLA stock and for each call option under these scenarios.
 For direct investment: Profit = (Future Stock Price  Current Stock Price) * Number of Shares.
 For call options: Profit = Max(0, Future Stock Price  Strike Price)  Premium Paid for the Option.
 Define scenarios: TSLA stock price at

Graph Construction:
 Xaxis: Different scenarios of TSLA stock price in December 2024 (
280,
300, $320, etc.).  Yaxis: Profit in dollars.
 Create different lines/curves for:
 Direct investment in TSLA stock.
 Investment in call option with $240 strike price.
 Investment in call option with $280 strike price.
 Xaxis: Different scenarios of TSLA stock price in December 2024 (

Comparative Analysis:
 Analyze the graph to compare the profits from direct stock investment versus investing in call options.
 Show breakeven points for each investment type.
Since I can't fetch live financial data, I'll use placeholder values for the current TSLA stock price and option premiums. These will need to be replaced with realtime data for accurate results. Let's proceed with the implementation.
The graph above illustrates the profit scenarios for a 100 investment in TSLA stock and call options with strike prices of
240 and $280, across different TSLA stock price scenarios in December 2024.
 The blue line represents the profit from directly investing $100 in TSLA stock.
 The orange line shows the profit from investing
100 in a call option with a
240 strike price.  The green line indicates the profit from a
100 investment in a call option with a
280 strike price.
The Xaxis represents potential future prices of TSLA stock, ranging from 280 to
400. The Yaxis shows the corresponding profit in dollars. The grey horizontal line at Y=0 indicates the breakeven point.
Please note that this graph is based on placeholder values and should be updated with realtime financial data for an accurate analysis.
π Explore Further Options (E): Dive deeper into different investment strategies or option types.
π Graph Adjustments (A): Modify graph settings or add more scenarios.
β Clarify Understanding (Y): Ask questions to deepen your understanding of stock and options trading.
i updated the script like this:
1import matplotlib.pyplot as plt 2import numpy as np 3 4# Placeholder data 5current_tsla_price = 240 # Current price of TSLA stock (example value) 6option_240_premium = 52 # Premium for $240 strike call option (example value) 7option_280_premium = 35 # Premium for $280 strike call option (example value) 8investment = 100 # $100 investment 9 10# Number of shares and options one can buy with $100 investment 11shares_bought = investment / current_tsla_price 12options_240_bought = investment / option_240_premium 13options_280_bought = investment / option_280_premium 14 15# Define scenarios for future stock prices 16future_prices = np.arange(280, 401, 20) 17 18# Calculate profits for each scenario 19stock_profit = (future_prices  current_tsla_price) * shares_bought 20option_240_profit = np.maximum(0, future_prices  240) * options_240_bought  investment 21option_280_profit = np.maximum(0, future_prices  280) * options_280_bought  investment 22 23# Plotting the graph 24plt.figure(figsize=(10, 6)) 25plt.plot(future_prices, stock_profit, label='Direct Investment in TSLA Stock') 26plt.plot(future_prices, option_240_profit, label='Call Option ($240 Strike)') 27plt.plot(future_prices, option_280_profit, label='Call Option ($280 Strike)') 28 29plt.xlabel('Future TSLA Price in Dec 2024 ($)') 30plt.ylabel('Profit ($)') 31 32plt.title('Profit Scenarios for $100 Investment in TSLA Stock and Call Options') 33plt.axhline(0, color='grey', lw=1) # Breakeven line 34plt.legend() 35plt.grid(True) 36plt.show()
Your updated script looks good. You've adjusted the current price of TSLA stock and the premiums for the 240 and
280 strike call options. These changes will reflect in the new profit scenarios for a $100 investment in TSLA stock and the specified call options.
The script will now calculate and plot the profit scenarios based on your updated data:
 The current TSLA stock price is set to $240.
 The **premium for the
240 strike call option** is
52.  The **premium for the
280 strike call option** is
35.
Let's execute the updated script to generate the new graph with these adjustments.
The updated graph now reflects the profit scenarios for a $100 investment in TSLA stock and call options with the new parameters:
 Current TSLA stock price: $240
 **Premium for the
240 strike call option**:
52  **Premium for the
280 strike call option**:
35
The graph shows how these investments would perform at different future TSLA stock prices, ranging from 280 to
400. The profit from each investment type is calculated and plotted, helping to visualize and compare potential returns.
π Explore Further (E): Consider additional variables or investment options.
π Graph Tweaks (A): Adjust the graph settings or add more price points.
β Clarify Concepts (Y): Ask about option trading strategies or stock market analysis.
make the 280 green and the 240 blue and start the x axis at 240
The graph has been updated with your specifications:
 The $240 strike call option is now represented in blue.
 The $280 strike call option is shown in green.
 The Xaxis starts at $240, aligning with the current TSLA stock price.
This visualization provides a clearer comparison of the profit scenarios for direct investment in TSLA stock, the 240 strike call option, and the
280 strike call option, based on different future TSLA stock prices.
π Further Analysis (E): Explore more detailed financial analysis or additional scenarios.
π¨βπ» Script Modifications (A): Adjust or add more features to the script.
β Understand Options (Y): Dive deeper into options trading and strategies.
the direct stock price should be black and all the lines should start at 240 not 280
The graph has now been updated with the requested changes:
 The line representing direct investment in TSLA stock is in black.
 All lines, including those for the call options and direct stock investment, start at a TSLA stock price of $240.
This graph provides a clear visual representation of how the profits from direct stock investment and the two call options (with strike prices of 240 and
280) would vary with different future TSLA stock prices, starting from the current price of $240.
π Analyze Further (E): Consider additional financial variables or scenarios for analysis.
π¨βπ» Adjust Script (A): Make further modifications to the script for different analyses.
β Learn More (Y): Expand your understanding of stock market dynamics and option trading.