Tesla Is Rejected by One Class of Investors Who Should Love It

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Although many think that socially responsible investors should love Tesla, Bloomberg's data shows the opposite.  Just 86 of about 1,200 do-gooder investment funds tracked by Bloomberg own Tesla shares. And of those, only seven count Musk’s company as a top-10 holding.That’s much less of a warm reception than these investors have given even to Facebook Inc., which, despite a data-privacy scandal and the founder’s super-voting power, is held by 126 of those funds.
 

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12 minutes ago, Sofia said:


Although many think that socially responsible investors should love Tesla, Bloomberg's data shows the opposite.  Just 86 of about 1,200 do-gooder investment funds tracked by Bloomberg own Tesla shares. And of those, only seven count Musk’s company as a top-10 holding.That’s much less of a warm reception than these investors have given even to Facebook Inc., which, despite a data-privacy scandal and the founder’s super-voting power, is held by 126 of those funds.
 

I get the sense that Tesla is trying the patience of its investors. There is now an app, SAY, where Tesla shareholders can vote Musk in or out at shareholder meeting on tomorrow. Not like he's going to get voted out, but still... just the thought that there is such a thing.

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