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“Tesla is absurdly overvalued” – Elon Musk’s Coded Tweet Decoded!.

Am going to decode 2 top coded tweets from Tesla CEO Elon Musk in this post. This is a post I wrote some weeks ago but just didn’t publish it until today.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk in May 2020 said the price of his electric vehicle giant company was too high in his opinion when the shares were trading around $800.

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“Tesla shares tumble as Musk says company’s stock is overvalued” became a hot topic on the internet and on twitter, as investors question if his twitter account has not been hacked, again!.

The tweet wiped off $14 billion (€12.8 billion) of Tesla’s market value and some $3 billion from Musk’s own stake in Tesla. The guy was literally telling us what he believed was going to happen in August, but we were to blind to see.

I think Elon Musk was trying to indirectly suggest the share price of Tesla was ridiculously undervalued?. And he was kinda advising we the followers/investors to consider buying more shares of the electric vehicle giant.

Is your mind blown yet?. keep reading.

Check this out guys, In 2017, Elon Musk replied to a post from a Tesla follow, which reads: “Stock price reflects the future (potential) of the company, not the present… #101“, are you familiar with what happened after that tweet?.

The CEO then replied with: “Exactly. Tesla is absurdly overvalued if based on the past, but that’s irrelevant. A stock price represents risk-adjusted future cash flows.”.

The next time to see the Electric giant CEO tweet about price of the Stock, take your time to dig a bit deeper, and try to figure out what message he is trying to convey to you.

Check this one out guys; found this genius piece on Twitter. Ofc, I am in Germany which happens to have a different time-frame than the USA, so it wasn’t easy for me to figure this one out!.

found this on twitter.

Who here remembers when Elon Musk tweeted that TSLA stock was too high?, He tweeted that on May first. 5/1. 5 for 1 split. That tweet was his way to telling us he was going to split the stock.

Chairs are underappreciated

Check this last one out guys, in January 28th 2020, Elon musk said “Chairs are underappreciated“.

This kind of tweets are not common. Only Tesla CEO is able to pull them off nicely, without getting into any sorts of troubles. Genius!.

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