Elon Musk Says Tesla Short Squeeze Will Be Bigger Than VW’s Then Says He Will Become Willy Wonka

Elon Musk Says Tesla Short Squeeze Will Be Bigger Than VW’s Then Says He Will Become Willy Wonka

I don't know, maybe there's a strategy here, but if there is, it is not readily discernible. As you're undoubtedly aware, Elon Musk treated two analysts to a healthy dose of STFU on the Tesla call Wednesday evening after they made the "mistake" of asking him "boring" questions about trivial matters like capex and demand for the products the company makes. I mean sure, that's what conference calls are usually for, but not Elon's calls. No, Elon's calls are events where you ask "cool" questions a
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5 thoughts on “Elon Musk Says Tesla Short Squeeze Will Be Bigger Than VW’s Then Says He Will Become Willy Wonka

  1. Where there any boring inquiries about getting enough cobalt to fill orders through 2022? And why doesn’t Tesla have a dronemobile?

    1. yeah. although i don’t know. as someone who had a severe alcohol problem myself and as someone who has been around a lot of people with opiate addiction problems, the shit he’s saying seems too consistent in the messaging to be alcohol or drugs. like if you look at Kanye’s recent meltdown, that’s pretty clearly motivated by either substance abuse or, perhaps even more likely, him finally escaping substance abuse and trying to figure out how to reconcile eccentricity with sobriety (that’s very difficult, especially for geniuses). Elon, on the other hand, is on message. in fact, this motherfucker is too on message. the candy thing is actually a response to Buffett as far as I can tell. so it’s not so much that he’s all over the place or otherwise struggling to stay coherent as much as it is that he seems to have just finally had enough of critics and now he’s just going to treat everyone like the morons he clearly thinks they are.

      either way, it’s not great when you’re running a publicly traded company.

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