This week, Tesla released its Q1 earnings report and held its quarterly earnings call.
What did they say about the health of the old big T?
Well, that's what we're discussing On today's episode of auto complete.
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So how exactly is Tesla doing?
Well, if it's utterly unbelievable stock prices an indicator, and I suppose it is in some ways, and the company is doing great.
The Q1 investor report seems to back that up to with the company showing a profit for the first time ever during the first quarter model y, which was launched ahead of schedule was also profitable in its first quarter on sale.
Another first for Tesla.
That all sounds pretty good, right?
Yeah, well, it was just about there were the whole earnings call thing went off the rails because at this point, Elon Musk went on a bit of a rant about the current state of shelter and place orders.
When I say rant, I mean it because he used the word fascist at one point.
He said that I quote, is it right to infringe upon people's rights?
I think people are gonna be very angry over this and are very angry over this.
This is fascist.
This is not democratic.
This is not freedom.
Give people back their **** freedom.
Given his previous response on Twitter to the Coronavirus outbreak, this take isn't especially surprising but it's still not something that you'd really expect to hear on a conference call for investors.
That's it for this episode of Roadshow's Auto Complete.
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