Tesla bear admits EV maker’s earnings may top the Street, giving stock a short-term pop

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Visitors looking at a China-made Tesla Model Y electric vehicle at the Auto Shanghai 2021 show in Shanghai, China, on April 27, 2021.

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One Wall Street analyst is bearish on Tesla, but admits the electric vehicle maker will likely beat second-quarter earnings expectations and see its shares drift higher temporarily.

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