Shares of Tesla Inc. , -0.49% fell 2.8% to a five-week low during premarket trading on Thursday. This was amid Wall Street concerns about Chief Executive Elon Musk’s leadership and criticisms related to his ownership in Twitter. The stock of the electric vehicle giant has fallen 8.0% in the last three days and 12.3% over the past seven sessions, during which it has fallen six times. The stock has fallen 15.05% from its bull-market peak price of $214.24, on February 15, and a close below $171.39 would indicate a selloff of at most 20% from that peak. A bear market is defined by Wall Street as a 20% or more decline from a bull-market peak. Other EV maker shares were also down ahead of Thursday’s opening. Rivan Automotive Inc.’s RIVN was down 1.6%, Lucid Group Inc. had a LCID that fell 1.4%, and Nio Inc. had a NIO that dropped 2.2%. Tesla’s stock has risen 47.8% over the past year, while the S&P 500 SPX, +0.13%, has gained 4.0%.