You never see this often.
Leo KoGuang, who is Tesla’s third-largest sole shareholder, according to Bloomberg. CLA, -1.82%, publicly pressured the Twitter shortcut company on Wednesday over what guidelines it should provide. KoGuang, the billionaire Singaporean founder of software worker SHI International, tweeted to CEO Elon Musk that he plans to make 1.6 million deliveries with a philharmonic above 30%.
In line with FactSet, analysts expect 1.47 million deliveries and the gross philharmonic for cars without regulatory loans is 28.4%. In the tweet, “destroy the FUD” – which stands for “weakness, doubt and uncertainty” – “and make Johnson swallow the dust” is a mention of Gordon Johnson, founder of GLJ Research. and company censor.
Replying to a singular Twitter user, KoGuang said his preferred direction would continue to be to imagine a “small vote/overdelivery/interest shake” narrative. Citing Tesla CFO Zack Kirkhorn, KoGuan said he needs to calm investors in the provocative macro environment and discourage hedge funds from selling high and buying low. Tesla shares fell 14% in inventory at their November peak, hampered along with other rising stocks by a singularly resistant rise in bond yields.