Tesla stores launched short shorts priced at $69.420 each

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 Tesla stores launched short shorts priced at $69.420 each


On July 3, musk tweeted that Tesla would give Teslas bears some comfort in their hard times by making beautiful shorts with bright red satin and gold trim. As of Friday, Tesla shares closed at $1208.66, up 189% from the beginning of the year.

It is worth noting that the selling price of short shorts 69.420 contains deep meaning. In August 2018, musk tweeted that it wanted to privatize Tesla for $420 a share. The tweet caused a sharp drop in Teslas share price, which even disrupted stock trading for a time. Subsequently, the securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigated the case, and musk also received a lawsuit from some investors for alleged fraud. At the end of September 2018, musk reached a settlement with the securities and Exchange Commission, but he was forced to resign as chairman of Tesla and agreed to be vetted by legal counsel before tweeting about Teslas business content.

The Tesla store showed that short shorts were made with bright red satin and gold trim, with Tesla logo on the front and s3xy on the back. As soon as the shorts were launched, they caused a crazy order. Oops, the site is down, Musk tweeted As early as 2018, musk sent a short box full of shorts to David Einhorn, the famous hedge fund manager, after David Einhorn had made a large short sale of Tesla shares, according to the overseas news website eleck. The bigger joke today is that Tesla stores are selling short shorts for a long time, electeck reports. The craziest part of the whole thing is that tens of thousands of people have also bought these overpriced shorts, and peoples looting has even led to website downtime. Source: surging news editor: Yang Bin_ NF4368

The Tesla store showed that short shorts were made with bright red satin and gold trim, with Tesla logo on the front and s3xy on the back. As soon as the shorts were launched, they caused a crazy order. Oops, the site is down, Musk tweeted

As early as 2018, musk sent a short box full of shorts to David Einhorn, the famous hedge fund manager, after David Einhorn had made a large short sale of Tesla shares, according to the overseas news website eleck.