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Musk may continue to sell Tesla half of the interviewees that the world's richest man will be replaced in 2023

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Original title: Musk may continue to sell Tesla half of the interviewees that the world's richest man will be replaced next year's richest man

Financial Association August 1st (Edit Malan)A recent survey shows that 68%of investors believe that Musk will continue to sell Tesla shares in the future.

Since November last year, Musk has sold more than 15 million Tesla shares, with a cumulative cumulative amount of nearly $ 25 billion. In April, Musk tweeted that Tesla shares will not be further sold since then.


Also in April, Musk expressed his willingness to acquire Twitter at a price of $ 44 billion, and the sale of Tesla shares was also regarded as its financing for the transaction. But as Musk was no longer interested in Twitter, 75%of the respondents thought that Musk might not buy Twitter in the end.

Although Twitter trading stopped becoming a consensus, Musk himself also guaranteed that investors still believe that Musk may further reduce Tesla's stock. Truemark Investment CEO Mike & Middot; Lucas said that no matter what Twitter transactions are at the end, Musk may sell Tesla's stock.

Tesla is no longer the darling of US stocks

This also reflects the negative emotions of the market's future stock prices in Tesla.

When the interviewees predict the stock price of large technology companies, they made more pessimistic estimates on Tesla's stocks. Compared with the other four large companies in the S & P 500 Index, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet and Apple, only 12.5%of investors believe that Tesla's stock price will have the greatest growth potential in the next six months. Microsoft and Amazon each have nearly 25%of investors betting, Alphabet received 21%support, and Apple has 18%.

Investors believe that the largest technology companies are more likely to achieve moderate growth in the next few months, but they still keep cautious, especially for Tesla.

Since the epidemic, Tesla has been trapped in the epidemic and supply chain. Recently, it has to add a big drama of CEO and Twitter. The stock price has risen and declined. In June, Tesla's stock price fell to $ 620.57, compared with the highest point last year, $ 1243.49.


"Monopoly" status is impacted

The competition in the electric vehicle market is becoming increasingly fierce. There are Volkswagen and General Motors, and rookies such as BYD are fierce. Tesla's monopoly position in the field of electric vehicles no longer exists, which has further exacerbated investors Essence

Applico's CEO Alex & Middot; Mozee said that monopoly in the technology industry can provide safe flight, and investors hope to invest in places where the risk is small and guarantee.

Unfortunately, Tesla seems to have been out of the definition of "monopoly". This also made Musk's richest man's position dangerous. Among the more than $ 250 billion in net worth, Tesla's shares contributed a considerable proportion.

Last year Tesla's stock hit a historic high, helping Musk to win the richest man. But starting this year, the wind direction has obviously changed.

50%of investors predict that Musk will lose the name of the richest man before the end of 2023, and one -third of the other persons say that the richest man may have to wait until 2025 or after 2025.

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