Tesla is having about every kind of technical breakdown on its chart that's possible. It's looking bad!
Its broken below its black support zone. It's broken below its moving averages. Its 50-day moving average has crossed below its 200-day moving average (forming a "death cross"). It's putting in lower highs and lower lows. It's selling volume is spiking and its RSI and MACD readings continue to go lower, which is bearish.
Each quarter, the "big boys" in the market have to report their positions because they're so large. Once those reports are made public, it shows what stocks they're adding to or reducing their exposure in and what stocks they've recently bought or completely sold out of.