Lesko: Creating a more stable earnings environment at Tesla may not be a bad way to go

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Tim Lesko of Granite Investment Advisors discusses what the market liked about Tesla’s Q2 results, but why the stock isn’t responding as much, and looks ahead to earnings from Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft.

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