Tesla has seen a massive decline just in the last month, and the bears hone in on the stock. Analysts believe that Elon Musk is distracted with Twitter which is causing demand issues at Tesla, although the data isn’t yet fully available to make this confirmation. Analyst Dan Ives of Wedbush believes that Elon Musk can’t juggle multiple things at once, but he’s been proven wrong before. it’s likely that Elon Musk may know how to run multiple companies better than analysts. Nonetheless, Elon Musk may have triggered a decline in the stock price due to his selling of Tesla stock to fund Twitter. This in turn seems to have scared investors and pushed the stock low enough to trigger margin calls on Tesla investors who borrowed money to buy the stock, forcing them to sell, which puts even more pressure on the stock. #tesla #elonmusk #margincall
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