Cramer's lightning round: Let Tesla shares come down more before buying
'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.Read more: CNBC
$line style. BloodsportCap cazin678 lol Let the price of the Tesla go down and shares will rise.
Cramer compares the Tesla Cybertruck to the spectacular failure of the Ford Edsel 60 years ago'I just think it's going to be a bit of a bust,' the ''Mad Money' host says of the Cybertruck. 'I'm calling it the E-Edsel.' What a putz. I’d actually buy this one. What’s up with leftist always wanting things to fail? great analogue jimcramer but you'll have to explain edsel to all the millennials and gen-xers!
Tesla falls more than 6% after Cybertruck flub—Cramer and other pros talk prospectsTesla shares dropped Friday following Wall Street's mixed reaction to the reveal of its new electric Cybertruck, but experts see some potential positives in the new model. TradingNation Buy Tesla now... TradingNation It could be a joke. Like... nah. It’s actually this... TradingNation I think Homer Simpson was the lead designer..
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