Elon Musk doesn’t appear to be worried about potential legal problems for tweeting that his company’s stock price was too high earlier this week after the Tesla CEO posted Louis Armstrong’s ‘What a Wonderful World’ on his Twitter feed on Saturday. ‘One of the all-time best songs,’ Musk gushed on Twitter after posting the YouTube clip of the 1967 hit song. Shares of Tesla Inc tumbled more than 10 per cent on Friday after Musk tweeted that the electric carmaker’s high-flying stock was overly expensive. ‘Tesla stock price is too high,’ Musk said on Twitter in one of several unusual messages, including ones quoting parts of the US national anthem and that he would sell almost all his physical possessions. Elon Musk, who made headlines on Friday for tweeting ‘Tesla stock price is too high imo,’ sending his company’s share price down more than 10 per cent, was busy on Twitter again over the weekend Musk on Saturday posted a YouTube link to the 1967 hit song What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong The subsequent share drop erased around $13billion from Tesla’s market value and nearly $3billion from the value of Musk’s stake. Still, shares remain up almost 50 per… Read full this story
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