CNBC Is Against Tesla Stock. Here is Proof
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I have come to the conclusion that CNBC Television has an agenda against Tesla stock and Elon Musk. CNBC constantly attacks Tesla from a negative angle. Let me prove how against Tesla CNCB really is.
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What is in today’s video I have one goal and one goal only for this video I want to expose the systemic hatred of Tesla coming out of CNBC, a company that has almost like a monopoly type market share on the financial information in interviews and opinion that comes out around stocks in this organization essentially has is like a like a.
Like a systemic hatred of Tesla stock and I want you guys to judge for yourself after seeing this video. Now, some of you guys, you might have already recognized this over time especially if you’ve been watching the network for a while and you care anything about Tesla even if you’re not a shareholder of Tesla, you might have recognized this okay.
But I want you to really watch this video judge for yourself and tell me if you see a trend Okay, I want you guys to do me a favor at the end of this video hit a thumbs up if you agree with me that you know that they treat Tesla different and when.
I say different in a very negative light and if you don’t agree with me and you think Oh no, they just treat us like every other stock out there. Hit a thumbs down I don’t really care what you do, but let me know your opinion and let me know in the comment section what your opinion is as well.
That’s all I want from you guys. Okay, so let me first start out by saying I have nothing against CNBC. Okay, I have nothing against them. But I will call them out on their BS in regards to subject I will absolutely do that.
Okay, CNBC, the app is on my front page of my iPad, the device I use more than any other device. It’s right on the front page. This is an app I use pretty much daily, CNBC. I go there just to kind of see like what’s going on in the markets as far as the Dow the NASDAQ, s&p 500 we’re gonna kind of some big headlines.
Is there something I missed out there? It’s going on in the market. I use CNBC almost on a daily basis, and it’d be on my front page is a big deal. Okay, you know, we have the vo app on there. Okay, if you’re on there with Oh, Pac Man, you have to be pretty important to my life. Okay.
And I started watching CNBC A long time ago, okay, back when basically, I started kinda in the stock market. And it was phenomenal for learning a ton of terminology in regards to stocks, you know, when you’re when you’re basically starting the stock market learning stock market terms, it’s literally like learning a foreign language.
You hear these words like eba docs, and net income and gross margin and balance sheet and all these different items. And you’re just like, you know, you’re just like trying to figure it all out and share dilution and dividend yield.
And you don’t really if you know, if you don’t know this stuff, like it’s literally like learning a foreign language, and I never had anybody to teach me any of this stuff. So I would watch CNBC. And I learned a ton and I would watch all the different shows Mad Money with Jim Cramer and, and Fast Money and squawk on the street and the closing bell, and all those different shows.
And I would just pick up on terminology over time. So that was actually how I learned a ton about stock market terminology. And just like listening to these folks talk back and forth and be like, Oh, that’s what this means. Oh, they’re talking about this.
Okay, so I have nothing literally against CNBC. But there’s a clear as day biased against Tesla stock from this massive news organization. And CNBC is by far and away the biggest and most dominant player when it comes to the financial markets, the stock market, any news coming out anything, they’re dominant.
Okay, so where do I even start with this? I mean, there’s so much data and so much proof I can show you here Okay, so there’s a there’s a very popular show on CNBC this shows called Fast Money okay.
And it’s a show I think it comes out around two o’clock Vegas time and sometimes in the background while I’m prepping a video I’ll put on you know, the CNBC Fast Money shot, I was kind of having on the background, and every once in a while they’re talking about something they’ll kind of pique my interest and I’ll kind of listen for a minute and this show they have these two guys.
Okay, I think one of them’s name is Dan. Nathan, I want to say the other one, I believe is Tim Seymour. Okay. And these guys are consistent tussle haters, they are consistent. I mean, everything every single time, it seems like Tesla’s brought up, they always have a negative tone toward Tesla.
And what Tesla’s doing in valuation and it just seems like they’re always negative, it’s just a question of how negative will they be today? Will it be like a negative on like, a five scale or more, like, all the way up to a 10? Okay, that’s basically the question. Okay.
So I go out of my way to record Fast Money On Friday me, I’m kind of thinking oh, they’re gonna have to do a segment on this right? I mean, after all, Tesla went up that day $150 a share over a 10% move, they’re gonna have to do they’re gonna have to do a segment on Tesla stock okay. And so I set the DVR to record an hour and a half of Fast Money Okay.
Which I actually don’t get to watch until actually Saturday night. I record an hour and a half of it. I go through the entire thing. Okay. And by the way, that shows usually only an hour, but for whatever reason, they did an hour and a half, I guess because Kramer was off for the week or something like that.
So record an hour and a half of the show, okay. And they never even do a segment on it. Okay, not a peep from the Tesla haters out there an hour and a half show and you think you think oh my gosh, with that massive move $150 in one day, they have to do a segment. They don’t even do a segment.
Absolutely. Unbelievable. Okay, so here we are today. I went ahead and I set Ask money to record again. Because I’m like, huh? I bet you they’re going to talk about here today. Okay? You know why? Because Tesla, it went up a bunch, and then it fell in Tesla stock actually went down 3% today.
And so I was like, I bet you any money, they’re gonna, they’re gonna do a little piece and mention a little bit about Tesla stock here today even though it’s not nearly as interesting and talk about Tesla stock today on a 3% downward move as it was on Friday when the stock was up $150 a share and was up over 10% Okay, but still, I bet you they’ll talk about it.
And sure enough, seven minutes into the program, there they are talking about how Tesla stock fell 3%. And it’s just It’s so typical, let’s talk about it in depth and give opinion when there’s something negative to talk about.
But if there’s something positive, like a 10% move, now it’s just like, like, they sweep it under the door. Essentially, this is what happens there. Okay. Now I go on to CNBC. And remember, I said this on my front page, right?
Go on there, literally just you know, recently, in two hours ago, I see this post, Tesla gives up 16% pop to close negative and wild speculative trading. Wow. You know, this is a type of terminology we can we can come to expect when when the discussion is around Tesla stock. Now, if this was some other stocks out there.
No, we won’t call it wild speculative trading, we’ll just call it volatility. Okay. I mean, here we are, with stocks, like zoom right now have gone from a $19 billion market cap to a $77 billion market cap.
And I’ve never seen CNBC put out some headline talking about wild speculative trading. In regards to zoom stock zoom trades at a 97 price to sales ratio, versus Tesla, which trades at a nine. Okay, we’re talking about a 10x price to sales ratio on zoom versus Tesla. But once again.
I’ve never seen a headline come out of CNBC calm talking about wild speculative trading. In regards to zoom stock, a Shopify has seen its valuation in a matter of a few months go from 35 billion to 120 billion, it has seen its four p go to 10,000. It’s seen as price to sales ratio go to 67.
And I’ve never seen them describe Shopify stock as wild speculative trading around Shopify stock today, Amazon has added $700 billion of market cap in the matter of what, nine months or so $700 billion in market cap, and never hear him describe words like that. But these this is literally what we should expect from CNBC.
When it comes to the way they write articles. The way they come at Tesla consistently. They use terminology like this, that puts down the stock and just treats it as some wild speculative stock. And let’s just get caught up in the stock price and how wild and speculative it is, let’s not worry all about what what the company is actually doing.
It’s what we have to expect. Okay. Cathy wood has gone on CNBC several times, okay.
And you ever been able to just pick up like vibes of an interview and whatnot. So every time Cathy wood goes on, I always feel you know, whoever is kind of interviewing her asking her questions. There’s just kind of like that vibe out there that like she’s crazy.
Like, oh my gosh, her price targets are crazy. She’s such a crazy lady talking crazy about this wild speculative stock called Tesla, right? Every single time I watched her go on almost every single time there’s just that that that underlying.
Vibe that’s just coming from the people that are interviewing her and they just consistently bring up the bearish case around the stock and try to make her you know, turn a backer in a corner essentially, it’s so ugly man it is so ugly but it’s consistent what you have to expect from CNBC Okay, you know, let’s look at this case.
Remember when Tesla there was an analyst that came out a tough for $10 Isn’t it funny that all the financial networks were like talking about this like crazy and who is the main one and great at that top? Okay, of course it is CNBC.
Oh my gosh, did they have a field day with that one they loved that day when when all of a sudden that guy comes out from Morgan Stanley. He says, you know, Tesla’s going to $10 a share, which was just a great call by him. Yeah, winter, winter 10 horse All right.
Okay. And I mean, Holy smokes, they couldn’t they couldn’t stop talking about on that day. I mean, they could they just did you know, a piece after piece after piece after piece on CNBC television that day, just talking about oh, wow, this guy believes that tussles going to $10 and Haha, you know, Oh, this is so funny.
It’s amazing. Okay. Now they’ve had other testimonials on other than Kathy when in the past, somebody like Ron Baron, okay, an unbelievably successful investor. And every time he tries to talk positive about Tesla on the program, he’s a big believer in the company, big investor in the company.
They continually bring up the short thesis again, and again and again, and they consistently try to back him in a corner and consistently Try to give the short thesis out there it is on. It is absolutely unbelievable. I’ve watched, you know, several interviews of him in the past.
And it’s like they don’t they never give like a positive spin to the question. It’s always coming from a negative angle every single time. And he’ll try to, you know, talk talk about his bullish points around the stock and what they’re doing.
And they come right back with a bear thesis, they come back right with the bear talking points, every single time. And it’s like, this guy is an incredibly, you know, high level investor. And all you keep bringing him is negativity, in short thesis talk, and you never talk about what the company’s doing positive and they’d much rather talk about, you know.
What Ilan Musk was involved with, with the SEC, and things like that, rather than talk about what Tesla’s doing right now, the technology, they don’t seem that interested in that. Let’s just bring up short thesis after short thesis K, one interview? Oh, gosh, it was hilarious.
You know, they were trying to basically ask him questions and tell him essentially that like dealerships, the dealership model is a good model, and that Tesla has a disadvantage because of dealerships. And what’s your opinion on that? You’re just always coming from that negative angle.
And it’s hilarious. It’s absolutely hilarious like any of us that understand Tesla stock on a high level, understand that one of Tesla’s, you know, let’s say, five or 10 biggest competitive advantages is the fact that Tesla doesn’t have to deal with a dealer network where all these other guys do.
And that’s why most of these other car companies are going to fail when it comes to electric vehicles, because the dealerships, they want to make money on service and electric vehicles aren’t going to have as much service that’s not good for the dealership model.
So this is another reason why, you know, the majority of these automakers are likely going to go under over the next five or 10 years or have to consolidate. It’s It’s literally hilarious to watch these interviews. Okay.
And so Ron Baron has consistently asked negative question after negative question, which by the way, I’m not going to show any of the interview because I don’t want to get copyright strikes or anything like that.
And I would hate for this video to get taken down because I think I’m going to bring some useful information here and kind of you know, showing the you know, and exposing this so I don’t want to get any copyright strikes but you can watch these interviews for yourself.
You know, and Warren Baron consistently gets attacked on the negative side and has to bring it back to the positive and he goes into you know, Tesla could be a trillion dollar company by 2030 and oh my gosh, that Joe guy down the desk he looked like his head was just gonna explode out of madness.
Okay. Which by the way, I don’t think I’ve ever seen that guy really have a big smile in my life. Okay, Intel a few weeks ago, when of course they bring on a bearish guy in regards to Tesla Okay, and it’s hilarious Joe cracks the biggest smile I’ve ever seen that guy and I’ve been watching CNBC for a long long time.
And I you know, I’m not the biggest fan of that guy Personally, I can tell you that and he he has the biggest smile on his face when when a bear comes on in regards to Tesla stock he just can’t wait to just bury Tesla stock just talk negative about it.
And he just he just has the smile ear to ear like I’ve never seen before it’s literally comical. And meanwhile, there’s no like bring up the bull points around Tesla stock and let’s have this guy let’s try to back him in a corner and really prove his bear thesis.
No, it’s just like, let’s just run wild just run wild on the stock and of course, the entire video the entire video that guy gets to talk non stop, you can confirm this stuff and you want to watch these videos non stop the guy just talks and talks and talks about his bare thesis and why Tesla’s doomed in the back half of the year blah blah blah.
That’s all he does no interruptions no like Whoa, did you see what Tesla just didn’t know like let’s give the bullish case and make this try to back him in a corner and let’s make him bring out his his bearish thesis. No, none of that then you know the bears don’t have to go through anything like the bulls have to go through on CNBC. Okay.
One of the faces of CNBC is a guy named Jim Cramer okay. You know, arguably the face of CNBC you’re definitely one of the faces right. And he was for a long time seen as somebody that was very negative around Tesla stock maybe not as much as some of the other folks on CNBC but he was somebody that was seen as negative and then the tide turn.
You know, earlier this year essentially in Jim Cramer went to the bullish side of Tesla and start speaking you know, paws about Tesla Now keep in mind, Tesla stock had already made a big run at that time and it had gone up considerably whereas before Tesla stock was in the two hundreds and made a run all the way up to almost $500.
And then Jim Cramer you know, all of a sudden he’s, you know, positive around Tesla start and that’s cool. He, you know, he went from basically being a bear on the stock to kind of being bullish on the stock, but for a lot of the folks on CNBC It is not that way. Okay.
Jim Chanos Jim Chanos has been able to go on CNBC several different times and be able to talk so freely nonstop about his bearish thesis around Tesla stock and why Tesla stock is doomed and why it’s going to go down so much and you know, all this stuff, okay,
including just three months ago, Jim Chanos said he was maximum Short Tesla, which I say that’s rough, okay, Tesla was in the four hundreds when that video came out. He said maximum short I think Tesla is, I don’t know, 14 or $15 today.
So it’s a long way from the four hundreds where he was, quote unquote, maximum short and keep in mind, he would go on CNBC all the time when Tesla was $200.03 $100 and consistently talked about he was so short in the stock so a lot of his shares are probably short in the two hundreds of three hundreds and today at 14 or 15 $100.
Like the losses must just be I can’t even imagine literally losses especially when you’re talking about things like your maximum short, that’s absolutely incredible. Jim Chanos has always been able to go on there and just give his his bearish thesis and just talk negative about Tesla stock over and over and over again and people see Jim Chanos as, you know.
Somebody that you know had made a lot of money in the market way back in the day like Jim Chanos had a success in the market that was a really big success but it was like literally 20 years ago, but because he had that one really big success like like people really like look at him as like, you know, some people like idolize him and some people probably just you know.
Latched on to his bearish thesis around the stock in a bit of shortening and the two hundreds and you know, you know, who knows a Tesla stock will ever see the two hundreds again like that’s a long dang way from these guys ever even thinking about making a profit, but when you watch interviews with Jim Chanos.
They never really give the the the bullish thesis they just let him talk and talk and talk about his bear thesis and why Tesla is doomed Okay, this is a funny video This one’s called Tesla is a must own stock it was basically a Piper Jaffray analyst you know basically said earlier this year that you know.
Tesla was a must own stock Tesla at that time was in the three hundreds during this this video if I recall. And you know, the guy that kind of like host the program he’s one that I my opinions already, you know, another talking head that’s negative around Tesla stock.
And he says none of you guys think this because none of you guys own the stock and all those people, none of them own Tesla stock, okay. And it’s just another video that comes from a negative angle around Tesla stock and just like.
Like gives a whole like negative vibe around this particular stock with all these different people and they’re all laughing at the fact that none of them own Tesla stock and you know, who would own a Tesla stock and this is just crazy.
This guy talking about this is a must own stock. Give me a break. Okay, this video is unbelievable. I had to watch this one. Okay. And the law will tell you, you know, when you look at thumbs up and thumbs down ratio, it’s gonna tell you a lot about video.
Let’s just, you know, just just put that out. Okay, this one was quite funny. Okay, analysts, Gordon Johnson. So there’s 64% downside ahead for tests. Okay. And what’s amazing about this, this guy’s you know, full bearish around Tesla stock, right?
And he’s about to talk super negative about Tesla stock and why the stock is doomed and why it’s going to go down 64% and all these sorts of things. And so you think like the talking head that hosts a show, you would think oh, he’s gonna probably see like, give a little bit of bull case and try to make this guy argue a little bit.
No, he goes the other way. He gives a whole bear case for the guy. He says, Well, your negative point is this but what about all these other negative points around Tesla stock? Is it literally unbelievable you can’t make this stuff up? It’s absolutely ridiculous. It is absolutely he gives a full bear case.
There’s this negative there’s this point, there’s this point, this point you should have brought out all this you should be even more bearish. Unbelievable. And is this guy really in a place where he should be giving his opinion and making a bearish thesis for the guy that’s already bearish?
You know, like it’s just unbelievable. This is how it works on CNBC. If you go on CNBC and you’re a testable Okay, you’re somebody that believes in the stock you’re an investor of stock you have to hear nothing but the bear case and the negative points around Tesla interview after interview you can go through them you have to hear nothing but the bear case.
Okay, meanwhile, a Tesla bear goes on CNBC and you get smiles you get a bear case made for you you get you know just all the talking time you need you don’t need to get interrupted you can talk for two minutes three minutes four minutes straight about why.
Tesla’s stocks gonna go down so much and why the stock is just a piece of junk and this and that it’s it’s quite amazing guys it is literally quite amazing. And I’ve noticed this time and time again from the CNBC network Okay.
What I asked for you guys is share this video around share this video around and right to CNBC tell these folks to be somewhat fair when it comes to Tesla stock because it’s clear as day for anybody that watches his network or ever is a you know.
Cares to watch this network or use this app or website or anything it’s very clear they’re not fair when it comes to stock and the issue with this is it CNBC has almost a monopoly take market share on financial information that’s given out there they have literally almost a monopoly share on all the news.
That comes out in these interviews and opinion around different stocks and things like that. They have almost like there’s no real competition for them okay? I’m surely not competition when my few videos a week.
I put out I put out a you know what, between my two channels Maybe like seven to nine videos or something like that a week versus CNBC that puts out hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of videos a week. I’m no competition for them with my 500,000 subscribers and 100k.
On the other channel when they got almost 1.7 mil and 750,000 Never mind if you want to watch any type of financial information on cable news, they’re really the only ones you really have nowadays. I mean, I got a million channels out there and I don’t know of one other financial news network.
I get on my television with all those channels other than CNBC they have literally like a monopoly market share on the financial media landscape and so this is why it’s important that we hold these guys and gals to a higher standard and we say treat this company like you treat the other companies the you know try to be somewhat impartial.
Here okay you know trying to be somewhat impartial especially when you guys are like the only game in town because you know a lot of folks have never gotten in the stock maybe because they’ve heard so much negativity put out there around Tesla stock.
And they missed out on a lot of money just because they had this guy on and they just seem to always be bearish, bearish, bearish and just that type of vibe consistently against the stock so hope you guys enjoyed today’s video as always, once again I have nothing against CNBC.
I’m sure folks at CNBC are going to end up seeing this video I have nothing against you guys. Okay, I don’t want any drama because I’m sure I’m surely not in a position to fight you guys. Okay, you’re a little bit bigger than me to say the least.
But I will absolutely you know speak my mind in the subject. This is something I’ve seen and I don’t think it’s right let’s just put it that way especially when you’re the only game in town you know, somebody turns on their television and they want to watch you know, any type of stock market news they have one option it CNBC there’s really no other options.
Like I said, I got a million channels and I don’t have another financial network I can watch other than CNBC and when you’re when you’re coming out at negative all the time, I just think there’s something wrong with that in my personal opinion.
So anyways, hope you guys enjoy today’s video. Make sure you smash the thumbs up or thumbs down. If you don’t agree with my stance on this. I would love to you know, see what you guys think about this and leave me a comment down there. Thank you for watching. Have a great day.