$tsla now warns about perception of “sufficiency & stability of our management team . . . whether caused by us or not” as a significant risk factor.— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) February 14, 2020
Strange, don’t see other companies warning about self-harm to sufficiency & stability of mgmt.
Something we should know Elon? https://t.co/MbHmzSWURi
This risk factor is a reminder that $tsla isn’t a revolving door for talent- it’s just an exit for > 2 years. Any $tsla hire over last couple years that had any independent credibility is already gone.— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) February 14, 2020
All that remains are Musk lackeys willing to fraud.
Whatever. The only thing I know -super high share price allows Tesla to derisk much of its ops. It gives them leverage to invest without taking much debt.— Archie (@archigoel) February 14, 2020
the cap raise buys them to Q3, changes nothing fundmanetally— luis carruthers (@orthereaboot) February 14, 2020