Tesla Main Executive Elon Musk explained it was “normally clever” to avoid utilizing margin loans on any firm when there are macroeconomic challenges concerned, in response to a issue on Twitter about the electric-vehicle maker’s stock overall performance.

“When there are macroeconomic pitfalls, it is generally sensible to stay away from working with margin financial loans on any firm, as shares might transfer in methods that are decoupled from their extended-expression likely,” Musk tweeted late on Thursday, with no naming any organizations.

The look at arrives as Musk’s bankers take into consideration supplying him with new margin loans, backed by Tesla’s stock, to exchange some of the significant-interest financial debt on his Twitter offer, as for each a Bloomberg Information report.

Musk closed the Twitter acquisition with $13 billion in loans from banks and a $33.5 billion fairness dedication.

Shares of Tesla have dropped more than 10% so considerably this week, and are down above 56% this yr, as of Wednesday’s close, amid broad issues all-around disruptions at its factory in Shanghai.