CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Wednesday he believed that a federal judge should put a "special teacher" on Tesla's board of directors to get CEO Elon Musk to comply with the deal approved by the court between him and the Commission for Securities and Markets
February, when the manufacturer of electric vehicles will roizvezhda about 500 000 cars in 2019, MSK later corrected Twitter saying that there will be about 400 000 deliveries this year.
At the end of February, Musk said in a chirp that "Something is disturbed by the SEC's oversight." The CEO's lawyers accused the SEC of over-action and violation of Musk's First Amendment's right to keep him in contempt of court.
"If SEC's statements are true, then he actually spits into the face of the judiciary … [and Judge Nathan] can not just let him break the court order and get away with it." The whole system will collapse "
Judge Nathan is" embedded "in Musk's fine for $ 20 million, and can not rely on Tesla to master Musk, Kramer says.
Tesla shares were trading up / down ___ % on Tuesday, while stocks fell 18% this year and around 12% in the past year
"Unless you like the idea of Tesla without mousse I do not know why you would like to buy [the] shares here, "said the host."
"I think man is a genius … and a huge success in the small growth business, but I do not think he can drive his way out of it. "