There are numerous similarities—many years of loss at Amazon because they poured money back into the company (just look it up and it’s clear) and leaders who constantly want to grow beyond why they do in the moment. Just saying “Tesla ain’t Amazon” isn’t really telling me anything. And, stock options get exercised all the time by executives, often on a regular schedule set years in advance. Another pretty well-known phenomenon. So all the conjecture isn’t very helpful to actual debate. Give me something that’s actually evidence and factual. We know the company has loss lots of money. Is that a guarantee that will continue? Apple was once a week from total bankruptcy and collapse. Companies die. Other companies lose money until they don’t.