The problem is the account of the Tesla and SpaceX CEO still appeared active some 18 hours later.
On CNBC’s Fast Money Monday, analysts discussed Musk’s move possibly being the result of market forces rather than Musk’s own decision.
As you know, Musk has gotten into some serious problems with the SEC over his tweets. In addition, shareholders are growing weary over them, largely because they can move Tesla’s stock price. On hearing that the Chief Twitter of Tesla had deleted his account, investors seemed to take a sigh of relief.
Tesla’s price began to tick higher over the course of Monday.
While Musk’s Twitter account is still active, with more than 183k ‘likes,’ thousands weighed in on the supposed deletion.
For example, some commenters thought his move may be more of a case of a Twitter bruising he was receiving as he traded barbs with another tweeter over the weekend. Some pointed out that a spent Musk simply stopped it by saying he was deleting the account.
Also on CNBC’s Fast Money, speculation was that Musk may have realized that investors were simply tired of his Twitter rants.
One thing for sure is that since Musk said he was deleting the account, he has not tweeted again. As he goes silent, investors should still be focusing on the company’s production numbers. Tesla is trying to meet projections, while also controlling costs, which has been a task.
This article was edited by Samburaj Das.
Last modified: June 20, 2019 21:58 UTC