The Tesla Inc. (TSLA) annual meeting is taking place today, Thursday, August 4, and among many recommendations, Tesla shareholders will vote on a 3-for-1 stock split plan which, if approved , will be Tesla’s second stock split in less than two years.
TSLA stock is already buzzing. Undeterred by geopolitical tensions between the United States and China linked to Taiwan, TSLA stock jumped 2.27% to close at $922.19, but is still down 13% from the January levels.
Voting for TSLA shares is now open. The voting process may vary depending on your broker. Many brokers outside the United States do not allow retail shareholders to vote. You should check with your broker if proxy voting is permitted.
If you have an account with Fidelity, Robinhood, Charles Schwab or any other broker and want to vote online, you will need to look for a specific email in your inbox, which may be in your spam folder (the same email). -email the address associated with your broker account) to find out how to vote. You can also write to the brokerage to find out about the voting process.
Here are the ways to vote for your shares without attending the 2022 annual meeting.
By Internet—Registered shareholders with internet access may submit proxies by following the voting instructions on the Notice of Internet Availability until 1:00 a.m. Central Time on August 4, 2022. If you are a Beneficial Owner of shares held in street name, please check the voting instructions in the notice provided by your broker, bank or other intermediary for the availability of Internet voting.
By telephone—Registered shareholders who reside in the United States (or its territories) or Canada may request a paper proxy card from Tesla by following the procedures outlined in the Notice of Internet Availability and submit proxies by following the instructions “Phone » applicable on the proxy card. . If you are a beneficial owner of shares held in street name, please check the voting instructions in the notice provided by your broker, bank or other intermediaries for the availability of telephone voting.
By email—Registered shareholders may request a paper proxy card from Tesla by following the procedures outlined in the Notice of Internet Availability. If you choose to vote by mail, please complete, sign and date the proxy card where indicated and return it in the prepaid envelope included with the proxy card. Proxy cards submitted by mail must be received at the time of the meeting in order for your shares to be eligible to vote. If you are the beneficial owner of shares held in the name of the street, you can vote by mail by