Here’s why Tesla is heading to $33 a share

From Stansberry Investor Hour:

As the Russia investigation continues to rage in newspapers, classified meetings, and Twitter handles, we have a special guest for this week’s episode: former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page, who is at the center of it all.

If you’ve been following the Russian collusion investigation closely, Page’s name probably sounds familiar.

He’s been subpoenaed by the U.S. Senate, targeted by government surveillance that’s hard for the average citizen to comprehend, and even been on the receiving end of a presidential tweet of support.

In this 59th episode of Stansberry Investor Hour, Porter asks Carter what’s really going on with the Russia investigation… what the special prosecutor’s case is really based on… and Carter’s incredible decision to face the U.S. government, with its limitless resources and vast prosecutorial powers, while acting as his own lawyer.

Meanwhile, amid the political drama swirling, the investing world keeps turning. Porter shares his reaction to Tesla’s milestone of 5,000 cars a week being produced, and why every American car manufacturer – not just Tesla – is in deep trouble.

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