There isn't anything that Musk won't answer. Unions? Very interested in organizing. But his plants are the safest and the vesting package is better than any other auto company. Solar City drag? Hardly. It boosted the bottom line. Margins on new car? "Horribly negative." Then again, though, what would you expect, if he is going to churn out 500,000 cars next year?
As I said, he has answers for everything, and they work with the public, or this stock would be crushed today.
Oh, and Mars? Nope. He's not that interested that he would leave Tesla to work on the pending expedition. He's staying there "forever" or unless someone kicks him out. Although, in true Musk style, he didn't exactly put to bed the notion of merging Tesla and SpaceX.Who knows? If he did it, they'd probably lap that up, too.
Cramer: Home Depot Can't Be Beaten by AmazonPosted at 6:22 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017
Yes, when you see numbers that you saw Tuesday on this company's quarter, numbers that showed "broad-based growth" in all categories, numbers that show great demand for both the professional and the do-it-yourselfer in all regions of this country, you can't just say Home Depot's doing it right, even as it most certainly is. There are too many positives here for it just to be management, as terrific as management are.