"It's high time we became profitable", said Musk, who also promised restructuring this month to achieve profit goals.
"HyperChange represented actual investors, so I switched to them", Musk wrote in another tweet.
"You need to have full autonomy, level 4 or 5, whatever you want to call it and, obviously, a lot of cars on the road, and then build the software infrastructure behind that to enable shared autonomy", Musk said. "These questions are so dry".
Responding to a Twitter user who asked if he should have just blocked the analysts from the Tesla Q1 2018 earnings call, Musk ultimately admitted that ignoring the questions was a foolish decision. Tesla's stock dropped as much as 9 percent on Thursday, hours after he avoided answering the question about Tesla's ability to raise capital.
Since the start of 2013, its shares are up more than 700 percent, dwarfing the gain of more than 80 per cent for the broader Standard & Poor's 500-stock index.
McIlroy well positioned for Wells Fargo glory
I was trying to say if you look at where the US Open and the Open were compared to the Masters 50 years ago, they were bigger. Since that disappointment, McIlroy revealed that he has been binge-watching TV box sets and reading psychology books.
U.S. warns Beijing for militarising South China Sea
The missile systems were installed on Fiery Cross Reef, Subi Reef and Mischief Reef within the past 30 days, CNBC reported . China's defense ministry did not respond to a request for comment.
Multiple rounds of severe weather expected in central US
The precise magnitude and location of the most-severe weather remains questionable due to the evolution of storms overnight. With the warmth building during the midweek, it will suddenly feel like summertime in the Northeast by Thursday and Friday.
The two analysts were not immediately available for a comment.
Tesla may still be ironing out the production glitches on the assembly line of its popular Model 3 saloon but that hasn't stopped it from adding a new vehicle to its all-electric range. "They are actually on the opposite side of investors", Musk tweeted earlier Friday. And the future financial needs of the automotive company still remained open.
Tesla gained 3.4% to $294.09 on Friday.
Also see: The price of Musk cutting off analysts? But short sellers, who shorted almost 400,000 shares on Thursday, doubled that amount on Friday, according to financial analytics firm S3 Partners.
CNBC also reports that Musk made a decision to take several questions from a 25-year-old retail investor and owner of a YouTube channel, Galileo Russell, which is unusual because questions on earnings calls are traditionally reserved for analysts, professional investors, and sometimes media. "Next. Boring questions are not cool".
In a freaky conference call, the iconoclastic CEO described concerns about Tesla's capital requirements as "boring" after the company, which also makes solar technology, reported a record loss of $709.6 million, or $4.19 each share, in the first quarter ended March 31.