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Citron's Andrew Left Says Tesla Fanatics Must Separate Their Enthusiasm for the Product from the Stock Price

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Citron's Left, responding to the Benzinga article 'Tesla Fanatics Call Citron a Lemon', said "I think for anyone who is naive enough to believe that their stock only has the right to go up should not be in the stock market and is a hazard to themselves. Apple makes great products and is the most respected company in the world. As soon as the stock hit $700 investor euphoria was irrational discounting all competition...the rest of the story we all know."

Tesla traded at $133.65 in early trading Wednesday, a gain of $1.71.

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