The numerous outbursts of the Tesla CEO on Twitter have received a new addition to the group.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, wrote in Twitter message Early Friday morning local time.
The world’s richest man has yet to broaden his line of thinking, but said on a conference call with investors in January that work days were “intense” and that it was good to have more free time. He writes Reuters.
This isn’t the first time Musk has asked interesting questions on Twitter. In November, Musk asked his followers whether or not they would sell Tesla stock.
Elon Musk sells Tesla stock for another $1 billion
On December 3, he also disposed of another component of the stock in the company. The record was valued at $1.01 billion, according to Bloomberg. This corresponds to approximately NOK 9.2 billion at today’s exchange rate.
And the news agency indicated, that there are listed sales of 934,000 shares of Musk, which is taking a new step on the way to sell 10 percent of its shares in the electric car company.
There has been much talk that unrealized gains on shares are a way to avoid taxes, so I am proposing to sell ten percent of my Tesla stock, he wrote at the time.
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