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yeah i fucked up selling b4 earnings but got back in after the tweet (and ofc missed some of the runup bc i didnt schedule the trade fml)

5/8/2020 3:57:08 PM

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"Haven't bought any lately. Every day I think about buying more or selling everything. Fun stuff!!!"


how did you come down on this? holding pattern?

5/8/2020 3:57:55 PM

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https://jalopnik.com/tesla-is-only-getting-stronger-1843389807

5/11/2020 10:52:12 AM

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I’m not sure if Elon Musk needs to smoke more pot or less pot.

5/11/2020 6:58:25 PM

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^^shocking to see a (slightly) positive Tesla article on Jalopnik.

I hope Elon keeps doing sketchy shit for a little while, I want to buy more shares before battery day (some time this month apparently)

5/13/2020 7:19:17 AM

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I guess he has gone full blown Trumper

https://www.businessinsider.com/elon-musk-tweets-take-the-red-pill-what-it-means-2020-5

He got a retweet from Ivanka

5/18/2020 4:09:57 PM

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^ Follow-up

https://www.wired.com/story/red-pill-matrix-tweet

They both got cussed out by Matrix co-creator

5/19/2020 10:25:19 AM

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whats the reliability of these cars like....sayyyy if u were looking at a 2013 model S. Sounds like the batteries last a very long time and the drive train is pretty simple and reliable. Car complaints looks good. What else?

5/29/2020 7:28:49 PM

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You’d be better off checking http://teslamotorsclub.com for a question like that. The biggest miss in my opinion is that autopilot is too old and would miss out on everything new.

5/30/2020 9:54:53 AM

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"whats the reliability of these cars like....sayyyy if u were looking at a 2013 model S. Sounds like the batteries last a very long time and the drive train is pretty simple and reliable. Car complaints looks good. What else?"


The drive trains were replaced on every Tesla multiple times in the early models. That would be a big source of concern if you were looking after market--you'd want one with the repair done.

5/30/2020 10:34:52 AM

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May get one in a year or two.
How many of you all own the car?

5/30/2020 11:39:31 AM

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I own one..2020 model 3 performance. So far absolutely zero issues and I still make an excuse to drive it every day (even though I work from home and put about 500 miles on my tacoma last year)..the car is the most fun thing I have ever owned, and accelerating with instant torque really never gets old.

As far as reliability, there are many thousands of older model S still on the road. The newer raven cars and model 3 use the newer motor technology which hasnt been unreliable in any way, if motor failures occur they usually happen in the first couple thousand miles. The motors are said to be rated for a million miles.
I rented a 30k mile model 3 performance off of Turo ..ordered my car the next day
there were absolutely no nvh issues on the 30k car and someone could switch it out with mine and I wouldnt notice...the cars are solid imo.

5/31/2020 7:02:05 AM

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