The manufacturer (NASDAQ: TSLA) will convene shareholders on Thursday, August 4, at Tesla's new headquarters in Austin, Texas, at Giga Texas. Retail investors asked their questions and voted to hear which they want answered. Let's look at the top questions of what will probably be discussed.
On August 4, the annual meeting of Tesla shareholders will be held, where they will vote on points that are important for the growth and development of the company. In addition, investors have the opportunity to ask their own questions, and those with the most votes are the most likely to be answered. As with Earnings Calls, Tesla is working with Say, a shareholder Q&A platform, to get the investors to talk. At the time of this writing, more than 9,870 shareholders, representing more than 2.15 million shares, have already taken part in asking questions and/or voting. Let's look at the questions that interest investors the most.
At the moment, the top 3 questions are:
1.When will the stock split be?
282.7K TSLA Shares Represented
2.How many factories are necessary to achieve a long term target of 20 million vehicles per year?
700.0K TSLA Shares Represented
3.When the Cybertruck pricing is released, will all who ordered before it was taken down be grandfathered in, or have to reconfigure? When will pricing be released?
643.3K TSLA Shares Represented
Other popular questions that received a lot of votes include:
The opportunity to ask your questions and/or vote for the already voiced ones is open until August 4, 2022 11:00 PM EEST.
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