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Jim Cramer: How Elon Musk Seemed More 'Grown Up' at Tesla's Shareholder Meeting

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Jim Cramer: How Elon Musk Seemed More 'Grown Up' at Tesla's Shareholder Meeting

Jim Cramer: How Elon Musk Seemed More 'Grown Up' at Tesla's Shareholder Meeting

Has Real Money Stock of the Day Tesla CEO Elon Musk grown up?

Elon Musk, at Tesla's shareholder meeting Tuesday night, came off as 'grown up.'

Here's why Jim Cramer thinks that Musk reassured investors.

"He seemed grown up.

Not Cynical, not snarky, not arrogant, but just look, we're going to do this and we hope to do that and things are looking good," explained Cramer.

"[Musk] doesn't play by the traditional rules, but then again, I keep remembering when Jay Leno said that he was a car guy, he said, look, who else has made this number of cars, who else has done this?" he continued.

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