He's one of those posters that always claims to have bought at the lows and sold at the highs. Almost as believable as Musk himself.
It's like Barnum posting his "This Way To The Egress!!" sign. A little slimy, a little clever, but not illegal.
The leaders of the green religion can be just as corrupt as leaders of other religions have been.
No. In a Ponzi scheme investors are promised a high return on their money. New investor money is used to pay older investors until the scheme collapses. In Tesla's case investors are promised nothing. They may get to buy a car a little sooner if the car is produced and at some price and with some equipment they don't now know. They may get their money back if Tesla has the funds to pay it back when they make their request.
"ANYONE GOT A GOOD LITHIUM STOCK THEY ARE FOLLOWING?"
It would be simpler to just ask your doctor to prescribe more.
You're a little ahead of yourself. Tesla hasn't announced bankruptcy yet.
The Apple car should place a huge dent in Tesla's sales - it'll appeal to the same demographic. And Apple knows how to sell products. And Apple has the capital. Poor Tesla.