Tesla's second-quarter earnings call of 2018 hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Elon Musk, the superfluous man of green technology, dismissed two questions from analysts, describing them as “boring” and “so dry, they're killing me”.The next trading day, Tesla's stock fell 6 per cent, and stories reverberated around the world of Musk's tantrum.But there was a character missing in this narrative: the man who Musk turned to on the call when his patience had run out with the wizards of Wall Street -- a humble retail investor named Galileo Russell.Invited to the call as a representative for Tesla's retail investors, the 20-odd minutes Russell conversed with Musk shot him to fame and made his YouTube channel, HyperChange TV, a mecca for the Teslarati.But going by a YouTube live chat
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Tesla's second-quarter earnings call of 2018 hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Elon...