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To: A.J. Mullen who wrote (10153)6/17/2019 12:21:09 PM
From: semi_infinite   Respond to of 15600
IMO it was naive of Musk to believe Saudi wealth fund was working with him instead of trying to bury Tesla. It will be in the best interest of SA (via Aramco) to optimize the value of their oil reserves for at least the next 2-3 decades and they would like to stretch that to 5+decades. "Helping" Musk is not in their best interest. Glad Musk didn't go there.

To: A.J. Mullen who wrote (10153)6/19/2019 4:22:30 PM
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420 was neither promise nor prediction. It was outright fraud. Elon has antipathy to shorts. He wanted to create a short squeeze and show off to his girlfriend.

He will be sued by people who bought his fraud after he tweeted it. After his fraud was proven, those buyers lost from around $380 to $300.

A class action suit will win that amount of damages against him and probably Tesla as he acted for the company as CEO to defraud people.