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skabooshka
Let's talk about 's shareholder meeting. Elon answered eleven questions from Twitter. Of those eleven, four were from Twitter users that have two or less followers. Two of those users have zero followers. One of them has zero followers and is followed by zero.
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @IndianaUniv @Botometer
's Network Science Institute and Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research have developed a joint project called .
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
Botometer "checks the activity of a Twitter account and gives it a score based on how likely the account is to be a bot. Higher scores are more bot-like." If an account scores in the red, it is very likely to be a bot.
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @elonmusk
Two of the eleven Twitter users that had their answers addressed by are in deep red territory, scoring 4.4/5 and 4.5/5.
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
These two were front-loaded, and amongst the few questions of material significance posed during the investor meeting, broaching two critical questions facing : what is the status of the Gigafactory, & what is the guidance on 's production?
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
Front-loaded to the beginning of Q&A, the Giga Q set Elon Musk up beautifully, enabling him to acknowledge a serious problems only then to drop hype-bombs: Gigafactory in Nevada won't be complete for 4-5 years (!!), but China and Europe Gigafactory announcements are immanent.
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @elonmusk
But the other question forced to address manufacturing problems having to do with over-automation. Other than summoning JB Straubel to highlight their battery pack cost targets, Elon had no good news to assuage concerns about Model 3.
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
So, did Elon use dummy Twitter accounts to serve up questions that he needed to address for investors that, losing patience, are concerned about what's actually going on with Tesla's manufacturing? Would he use bots to stage how he wants to frame the story?
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
Let's just say that Elon knows Twitter bots quite well. His account enjoys amongst the most bot followers on Twitter. And his margin loan's gotta be spent on something, right?
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skabooshka Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
To sum it up, Elon spins his webs by using others - whether it's Youtube fanboys, sycophantic analysts on the sell-side, or dummy Twitter accounts. The theatre is becoming less and less effective, and his promises less and less lustrous.
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T Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
A lot seeking alpha commenters on Tesla articles, especially in the earlier days, also seemed like bots. Didn't follow any stocks, only posted a few incoherent positives on Tesla articles only. "I love Tesla ! Yay. Go Elon"
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Jason Lewis Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
Can you just stick to looking over the fence and telling us the output of the factory? thanks
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Justin Gage Jun 6
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Jordan S. Terry Jun 6
Lol what. You have a list of these accounts by any chance?
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Jordan S. Terry Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
nvm just saw follow-up, sorry
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Yeah I Said It Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka @CiciLaw
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pjhornak Jun 6
πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„lets talk about this I need help from seasoned market professionals I’m getting killed in these aftermarket sell offs please help
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pjhornak Jun 6
Replying to @skabooshka
Idk looks pretty effective bro
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