Following Google, Shopify, GameStop and Amazon, Musk's Tesla has now proposed a 3-for-1 stock split.

During Tesla's annual meeting on August 4th, shareholders will vote on the proposal.

Following the EV manufacturer's 5-for-1 stock split in August 2020, the shares rose roughly 40%.

Elon routinely makes unfulfilled promises about new technology and suddenly drops Twitter's take over.

Tesla appears to be on track to generate more than 1 million vehicles this year.

Although COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose a threat to supply chains and semiconductor chip shortages.

When Tesla CEO recently announced his plans for a hiring freeze, shares of the company fell by 9%.

Elon Musk alone holds 193.3 million Tesla shares or 20.7% of the total number of shares.

Kimbal Musk, Musk's younger brother, is the owner of 629,740 shares in Tesla, or 0.07% of the company's total shares.

More investors are ultimately able to engage thanks to Tesla's split stocks.


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