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Elon Musk once again waged the war against the sellers in short, this time with a video parody of Downfall, a German film of 2004 about the last days of Adolf Hitler.

Elon Musk is waging a war once again on short sellers, this time with an appropriate parody video.

On Sunday, the titan of technology tweeted the link to a clip of Downfall, a 2004 German film about the last days of Adolf Hitler that has been parodied on YouTube dozens of times.

The clip throws Hitler as a short Tesla salesman who explodes on his staff when they reveal that demand for Tesla cars is still "sky high".

"Dang, it turns out that even Hitler was reducing Tesla's shares," Musk tweeted on Sunday morning.

Elon Musk once again waged the war against the sellers in short, this time with a video parody of Downfall, a German film of 2004 about the last days of Adolf Hitler.

Elon Musk once again waged the war against the sellers in short, this time with a video parody of Downfall, a German film of 2004 about the last days of Adolf Hitler.

The video begins with a general telling Hitler that his spies have infiltrated the "concentration centers" of Tesla and that there are "thousands" of models 3 stored around Fremont and hidden in parking lots here in Lathrop and Burbank. "

"This clearly shows an excess of unsold inventory," replies Hitler.

"The demand is still high," apologizing apologizes another general. & # 39;

Nearly half a million people are waiting for a Model 3. And the results of the second quarter sent an increase in the shares of TSLA.

Hitler then demands that everyone leave the room, except for 'Chanos, Einhorn, Spiegel', three well-known Tesla short sellers.

The clip throws Hitler as a short seller of Tesla who explodes on his staff when they reveal that the demand for Tesla cars is still "through the roof"

The clip throws Hitler as a short seller of Tesla who explodes on his staff when they reveal that the demand for Tesla cars is still "through the roof"

The clip throws Hitler as a short seller of Tesla who explodes on his staff when they reveal that the demand for Tesla cars is still "through the roof"

Hitler then demands that everyone leave the room, except for 'Chanos, Einhorn, Spiegel', three well-known Tesla short sellers.

Hitler then demands that everyone leave the room, except for 'Chanos, Einhorn, Spiegel', three well-known Tesla short sellers.

Hitler then demands that everyone leave the room, except for 'Chanos, Einhorn, Spiegel', three well-known Tesla short sellers.

He exploits the three men, and notes how Musk now fulfills his Model 3 goals

He exploits the three men, and notes how Musk now fulfills his Model 3 goals

He exploits the three men, and notes how Musk now fulfills his Model 3 goals

& # 39; You told me that those cars would not be built! & # 39; Hitler yells to hedge fund managers.

& # 39; The factory could never produce 5,000 per week. Something about the capacity of the paint department that said. Then Musk built a CIRCUS STORE! Met the objectives of model 3 and 2,000 Xs and models S!

& # 39; These cars burst into flames every time you turn them on. And its small-mouthed leader makes submarines for children, "he added, making clear reference to the SpaceX Musk submarine built to help Thai soccer players who were trapped in a cave.

"My fund manager: The NTSB says that Teslas are not more prone to fire than any other car," one of the short sellers interrupts.

At one point, he also refers to how Musk made a submarine to help Thai soccer players who were trapped in a cave

At one point, he also refers to how Musk made a submarine to help Thai soccer players who were trapped in a cave

At one point, he also refers to how Musk made a submarine to help Thai soccer players who were trapped in a cave

Hitler continues to exploit his men about the success of Tesla

Hitler continues to exploit his men about the success of Tesla

Then he reveals that he will lose everything if Tesla does not break

Then he reveals that he will lose everything if Tesla does not break

While Hitler, the short seller, continues to exploit this man, reveals that he will lose everything if Tesla does not declare bankruptcy.

& # 39; If Tesla does not break soon, I will lose everything! & # 39; Hitler then screams.

& # 39; The gasoline engine & # 39; People's Car will not reach zero emissions, even with a damn trick. But this car is updated by air, adding features and improving AFTER you buy it!

"While it outperforms all of the other premium mid-size sedans combined, Tesla's killers continue to lag." The Jaguar iPace is a beauty, but where is it? 0-60 in 4.5 seconds, IT WILL BE a beauty!

After his tantrum, a silence passes the room before Hitler finally speaks again.

"This has been a long and tedious campaign," he tells his men.

After his tantrum, a silence passes the room before Hitler finally speaks again. "I feel an epic squeeze, a burn of the century," he continues, citing Musk's own promise.

After his tantrum, a silence passes the room before Hitler finally speaks again. "I feel an epic squeeze, a burn of the century," he continues, citing Musk's own promise.

After his tantrum, a silence passes the room before Hitler finally speaks again. "I feel an epic squeeze, a burn of the century," he continues, citing Musk's own promise.

& # 39; Our strength is falling apart. And I feel an epic squeeze, a burn of the century, "he continues, citing Musk's promise a few months ago that short sellers would feel the" burning of the century. "

"Reinforced by heavy suppressive tweets FUD, so comrades * shorts * would never give in. Now, as the margin calls explode around me, I s ** tpost only on one side to poison myself."

WHAT IS SHORT SALE?

Short sellers are investors who borrow shares in a company in the hope that stocks will fall, so they can buy them back at a lower price and make a profit.

When a short seller buys shares in a company, the practice is called & # 39; coverage & # 39 ;.

That is in contrast to the more common practice of a long, or long, position.

When someone has a long stock, it means that he is buying shares with the idea that the asset will increase its value over time.

Musk clearly feels safe after Tesla's shares closed 16 percent higher on Thursday, his best one-day gain in about five years, thanks to a positive earnings report.

Short sellers ended up losing around $ 1.7billion, as Wall Street was optimistic about Tesla's claims to profit in the next quarter and in the future.

Losses soared to a massive $ 718 million in the quarter, compared to $ 336 million in the same period last year.

But the company said it expects to be profitable and that the cash flow will be positive for each quarter in the future.

Before the release of Tesla's earnings on Wednesday, Musk joked about the notorious short seller David Einhorn of Hedgefund Greenlight Capital.

The firm said that its bet against Tesla's shares was our second biggest loser and that Einhorn was "pleased that its lease of Model S was ending", since it was experiencing a series of technical problems, adding that the billionaire investor was buying a Jaguar.

Musk is clearly confident after Tesla's shares closed 16 percent higher on Thursday, his best one-day gain in about five years, thanks to a positive earnings report.

Musk is clearly confident after Tesla's shares closed 16 percent higher on Thursday, his best one-day gain in about five years, thanks to a positive earnings report.

Musk is clearly confident after Tesla's shares closed 16 percent higher on Thursday, his best one-day gain in about five years, thanks to a positive earnings report.

"The most striking feature of the quarter is that Elon Musk seems erratic and desperate," Greenlight Capital wrote in a letter to shareholders.

Musk quickly responded in a tweet later that day, saying: & # 39; Tragic. He will send Einhorn a box of shorts to comfort him in this difficult moment.

The head of SpaceX and Tesla has become the second most active technology CEO on Twitter, posting 1,256 tweets so far this year, according to the Wall Street Journal.

His tweets often address a variety of topics, but he has repeatedly sought out short sellers.

After Tesla's earnings report in May, Musk tweeted: "If you're short, I suggest walking on tiptoe to the exit," after referring to them as "imbeciles who want us to die." in an interview with Rolling Stone.

In April, Musk ominously tweeted & # 39; Storm in Shortville … & # 39;

Tesla is the shortest stock in the US stock market, according to S3 Partners, which tracks data of short interest.

Approximately 34 million shares, or approximately 20% of its outstanding shares, are held by short sellers.

Musk's tweets about short sellers, as well as his behavior on Twitter in general, have provoked the ire of analysts who say that the CEO must tone down the behavior and concentrate on running his company.

Tesla has had problems to bring the Model 3 to the mass market, which has caused Musk to declare that the company will enter a "hell of production" to achieve its goal of producing 5,000 vehicles per month.

Since then, prospects have improved since Tesla said he had repeatedly reached weekly production targets of around 5,000 models 3 several times during July.

However, many consider that their behavior on Twitter is not characteristic of executives who manage multi-billion dollar companies.

Loup Ventures analyst Gene Munster recently suggested that Musk take a 'Twitter sabbatical'.

"When companies interact aggressively with short sellers they lose," he added.

Tesla struggled to bring the Model 3 to the mass market, prompting Musk to declare that the company would enter a "hell of production" to achieve its goal of producing 5,000 vehicles per month.

Tesla struggled to bring the Model 3 to the mass market, prompting Musk to declare that the company would enter a "hell of production" to achieve its goal of producing 5,000 vehicles per month.

Tesla struggled to bring the Model 3 to the mass market, prompting Musk to declare that the company would enter a "hell of production" to achieve its goal of producing 5,000 vehicles per month.

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