Individuals, not institutions.
Of course, yesterday's news caused quite the stir and the future of Tesla may be different than it is today, but let's explore this in the current, regardless of what the outlook may now be.
Tesla became a public company back in 2010, launching its IPO at $17 a share. Since then its stock has risen to more than $377 per share and with it the fortunes of its shareholders. Some of the largest of those are, of course, financial institutions and among their number T. Rowe Price leads the way with 15,625,798 shares.
But those are faceless corporations. Who are the individuals with the largest slices of $TSLA pie?
Click through the slides above to see who they are.
*Stock holdings accurate through June 12, 2018.