Now, there are a number of things you could call Elon Musk. You could say he’s ambitious or intriguing. Even innovative and driven, just to name a few. But, if there is anything the man is really good at, it’s convincing people to give him money. Over the last seven years alone, he’s asked his cult of long-time and obsessive followers to supply funds to help with Tesla’s growth a total of eight times, and there was obviously enough secured to keep Tesla running full steam ahead. Now, within just a couple days after the big launch and first deliveries of the Model 3, Musk admitted that he needed more money to fund Model 3 production – a total of $1.5 Billion. He decided to throw a four-day debt-marketing party aimed at raising that insane amount of money and was reportedly able to raise nearly $600 million in just a few hours by selling junk-rated bonds to debt investors. And, the crazy part is, most will walk away with no more than five-percent interest on their bonds, even if everything goes swimmingly.