It came after Musk’s stroppy behavior on Tesla’s earnings call on May 2, where he cut off analysts, refused to answer “boring, bonehead questions,” and went on the offensive with Wall Street, saying: “We have no interest in satisfying the desires of day traders. I couldn’t care less. Please sell our stock and don’t buy it.”

Musk later said it was “foolish” not to have taken the analysts’ questions.

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