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A legion of investors on Twitter are working to expose Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s business empire as a fraud, and they are trying to make his life a living **** in the process, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday.
A slew of anonymous investors going by names like Montana Skeptic, Machine Planet, and Latrilife have reportedly been working for years on revealing Tesla for what they believe is a scam. Their actions, which include diving headfirst into droves of research and photographing parking lots, are raising Musk’s ire.
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Machine Planet, the handle behind the man who spends a lot of time scoping out parking lots holding Tesla inventory, reportedly believes Tesla is unable to sell all the vehicles that the company has so far produced. He says there are as many as 52 parking lots that are chalked full of what Machine Planet believes are unsold Tesla Model 3s, the LA Times reported Monday.
“Ten days left in the quarter, and they’re just sitting there,” Machine Planet told LA Times reporters while scoping out a parking lot in Lathrop, California. A Tesla representative told the LA Times that the lots are merely distribution points for final delivery to users as the company does not have car dealerships where such inventory can be sold. But Machine Planet and shot-sellers who bet the stock will plummet are not buying the explanation.
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Machine Planet is part of a much larger group of short-sellers who connect together through a Twitter account called $TslaQ — Tesla’s stock symbol, followed by Q, a notation for a company in bankruptcy. Tesla is not bankrupt, but the Silicon Valley giant is heavily sorted. Nearly 17 percent of Tesla’s stocks is held by short-sellers, according to the LA Times. (RELATED: Judge Orders Musk Into A Room While Regulators Berate Him About His Tweets)...
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