Shares of Tesla Motors drifted higher Tuesday ahead of the electric car company's annual shareholder meeting.
Tesla (TSLA) shares have surged more than 180% this year, although the stock has pulled back from a high above $110 last month.
Investors are keeping an eye on the meeting for any announcements that could drive the stock back up, but so far the news has been pretty dull.
Tesla executives apparently discussed the company's warranty and a plan to make the Model S available for rent.
One trader on StockTwits came up with an interesting twist on the conventional road side assistance.
There was also some talk about Texas, where lawmakers reportedly rejected a law that would have allowed Tesla to operate its own dealerships in the state.
Meanwhile, the bulls were reminiscing about last month's gains and some were betting the stock will eventually head higher.
The bears, of course, were quick to throw cold water on that.
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