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6 minutes ago, dmedin said:

 

He's got a plan ... tax a wee bit of Elon's trillions and use it to build, you know, useful stuff for ordinary people :)

that's what the Venezuelans thought and now 'the ordinary people' can't even afford food.  Some real history.

100%  failure rate.

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12 hours ago, andysinclair said:

So TSLA up over 20% today.

I've just updated one of my spreadsheets, interesting to see how the "upstart" manufacturer is getting close to Toyota to gain the number 1 spot by market cap!

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thanks for this. 70x earnings.... :D

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