Oh he understand leverage, for sure. Like “I’m putting up Tesla Stock” – then “Oh, other people, here, I have this Tesla Stock – can you loan more liquid assets against this Tesla Stock?” then “oh by the way, yeah, not using that Tesla Stock now”. – it’s a shell game – and well played – usually it’s less “up front”; this is usually done more quietly; the nakedness of it is the surprise here but it serves to educate millions and millions so it’s not necessarily a bad thing; in the investment strategies of Buffet vs Soros (hold vs create/play with volatility), Soros has taught millions how to do it for themselves and they do and many benefit;

Oh he understand leverage, for sure. Like “I’m putting up Tesla Stock” – then “Oh, other people, here, I have this Tesla Stock – can you loan more liquid assets against this Tesla Stock?” then “oh by the way, yeah, not using that Tesla Stock now”. – it’s a shell game – and well played – usually it’s less “up front”; this is usually done more quietly; the nakedness of it is the surprise here but it serves to educate millions and millions so it’s not necessarily a bad thing; in the investment strategies of Buffet vs Soros (hold vs create/play with volatility), Soros has taught millions how to do it for themselves and they do and many benefit;.
 I mean, there’s this idea that’s been going around that there’s a small group of people in high positions, such as musk whose goal is to take down the elite and their systems and install a new way of doing things that’ll be more fair etc.
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He’s good at the “quick create a distraction!” function of PR for himself; just when a really awful bit of news is going to come out about him, he does something dramatic like “hey y’all, gonna buy Twitter!” – I’d be shocked if he actually bought it willingly and have said so from the start — but he’s a good distraction from some of the deep legal doo-doo he’s been in so the public focuses on those things.
Or he’ll do something dramatic with the crypto – and of course, being more interesting news than the usual “a typical Tony Stark type attempts to skirt regulators as usual” it’ll get the headlines instead.
He knows how to market himself and it works

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