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The Company is engaged in the worldwide development, production, and marketing of cars, trucks, and parts.
Corvette is Automobile Magazines car of the year and Motor Trend has picked the Cadillac CTS. GM is producing great products. The government bailout was the best thing imaginable to free them of the incompetent management of the past.
gov. dumping their share should place downward pressure on this stock
They are - finally - building high-quality vehicles.THey have a very large amount of cash.Despite some truly horrible cars in the past, they still have a large and loyal customer base.
Harvesting a score of almost 14 points, while improving my cost basis by close to 20%.
57 in 2015
According to the news, on Autoline Daily, the company is slipping back into old habits. If they were slipping back into older habits, Sloan era, I would have a better outlook for the company.
We are on the verge of the biggest transformation of automobiles. GM has been changing for the middle class since the 60's and will do so in the future. Teslas is for the rich but the real growth is to get the middle class to bite.
2015 release of the suburban & tahoe will be a success due to pent-up demand
Here is a business model that is set to lose $2,000-$4,000 on every car they make and unless you believe in the theory that they can make up for these fixed cost losses in volume I don't see how you can see this ever being a profitable operation.
GM is finally coming out with better cars, they now have top ranked cars on consumer reports. The company seems to be taking risks on design, which is great. I look forward to seeing the successor to the volt. I think their on a roll, this is my first stock purchase. I used to hate GM but now I'm a stockholder, wow.
Gas guzzlers NEED NOT APPLY!
Demand for light pickups has increased due to energy resourcesthat have increased domestically in US.
As GM goes so goes America... Who said that well it might not be a bad thought now that the reorganization is under way, but for some time in the past the foreign car industry dusted the American car industry, then the bail out and now we are on our way back to the wonderful statement I started with.. Old Jim, the Cheve king.
Solid fundamentals with new truck line should outperform in years to come.
Has a difficult time ahead. Energy efficient models aren't being competitive.
Increasingly low costs to improve margins - currently massive revenues with relatively little profit to show for it
The new full size trucks have enough improvements to lure faithful GM gruck buyers into showrooms for an upgrade. Likely to see small-medium businesses ramp up replacement of aging fleet as housing continues to recover.
Feds selling the floor.
GM is on the rebound and we are seeing improving statistics along with improving sales after the 2009 crash.
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