Tesla CEO Elon Musk lashes out at the SEC again — Five experts break down what to watch next

The Securities and Exchange Commission asked a judge to hold Tesla CEO Elon Musk in contempt following his tweets earlier this week regarding the electric car company's manufacturing numbers. Musk had previously agreed to a deal with the SEC that would get his tweets pre-approved after the SEC alleged he had tweeted 'false and misleading' statements. Five Wall Street experts weigh in on what the drama means for the stock.
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