History shows when Elon Musk gets negative on Tesla's stock, you should too

Tesla CEO Elon Musk poses on the red carpet as he arrives for the 43rd "Golden Steering Wheel" awards on November 12, 2019 in Berlin.
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Elon Musk has put his own company's stock on blast. Believe it or not, it's not the first time the CEO has talked in negative terms about his own stock. And if history is any guide, the negative commentary could serve as a good selling opportunity for Tesla investors.

Shares of Tesla dropped more than 10% on Friday after the CEO tweeted that the electric-car maker's shares are priced "too high." Here's a look at how the stock fared in the months following similar comments he's made in the past.