It’s nearing the end of the year, so of course Elon Musk needs to add one more note to what has been a rocky but successful year for his SpaceX and Tesla concerns.
In a Twitter post on Sunday, Musk quadrupled down on his commitments to his biggest startups by saying, “If Tesla & SpaceX go bankrupt, so will I. As it should be.”
That tweet was prompted by his perusal of his Wikipedia page, which had him listed as an investor. Musk quickly asked the public to remove “investor” from his list of titles, instead opting to declare that he’s all in on the gambles that are Tesla and SpaceX.
There’s no telling how the stock market will react to his tweets on Monday morning, but Tesla stock has already surged to a record $400+ per share, so it could be about to go even higher thanks to his passionate, end-of-year rallying cry.
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