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With lots of intrinsic value it is a real value stock. It was essentially wiped out one bear market ago. It could probably fall to $28 to $30 so is too early to buy.
Automotive
TOP PICK
Believes valuation of auto sector presenting good buying opportunity. Shortage of automobiles in North America. 7x trading multiple on earnings is very low. Automated driving is advancing at an exciting rate. Strong brand name that can translate into EV market.
Automotive
BUY
Trades at less than 5x enterprise value to EBITDA. Owns majority of Cruise, so in San Francisco you can take a driverless taxi. Spending lots on electrification. By 2030, they want to double revenues. Prospects are not built into the stock yet.
Automotive
DON'T BUY
A fan of the CEO. Low-margin business, lots of competition. Current supply crunch will eventually resolve. Too hard to tell who will be the winners in the EV space. Too capital intensive. Possibly a trade.
Automotive
DON'T BUY
GM vs. F vs. LNR Doesn't like the car companies. Very cyclical. Difficult environment to be both a combustion and an electric car company. Combustion division has to pay for the part that isn't making any money yet. For example, TSLA has a much easier environment, as electric is all they do. Parts makers are in better shape, as they supply all the car manufacturers.
Automotive
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick May 25/21, Down 31%) Is economically sensitive and in the doghouse now. But they are doing all the right things, but things are out of their hands, namely supply chain. They sell cars, but volumes is sluggish. There is light at the end of the tunnel, so be patient. Wait.
Automotive
DON'T BUY
Be cautious - there is lots of debt and it is a cyclical business. All car companies will need to invest a lot of money in EV vehicles. It is a slow growing business which is selling expensive items at low margins. Could buy if price drops to somewhere in the teens.
Automotive
TOP PICK
Big push into EVs. Fabulous future. 40% electrified by 2025. Double revenues by the end of the decade. Estimated $7 EPS in 2022. Cruise value is almost 30B, almost 1/2 of what the public side is worth. Incredibly inexpensive. Great opportunity, be patient. Core holding. If he had a table, he'd pound it. No dividend. (Analysts’ price target is $70.55)
Automotive
HOLD
Earnings are coming down because they can't produce enough cars, but demand is strong. So, he'll hold onto this. Trades at only a single-digit PE.
Automotive
BUY
Hurt. Against its fundamentals, trading at a shockingly low level of 5x earnings. He expects $7.50 EPS this year. Growth is impressive, getting into EVs. Objective is to double revenues by the end of this decade. Earnings doing well, costs under control. Good runway. Cruise is a leader. Tremendous promise.
Automotive
DON'T BUY
Auto stocks are out of favour. High gas prices are not good for buying cars and there are supply chain troubles. Wait for the auto sector to get a footing.
Automotive
BUY
Had been performing well, but underperforming since January. Fairly cheap. There will be some volatility. Supply chain constraints have hurt. 6.4x forward earnings, 10% growth, which is not a bad formula. Prefers it over the more exciting, but expensive, TSLA.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Nov 16/21, Down 20.3%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O’Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with GM has triggered its stop at $50. To remain disciplined, we recommend covering the position at this time. This will result in a net investment loss of 8.5%, when combined with the previous buy recommendation.
Automotive
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Feb 01/21, Up 0%) Trades at 7x Earnings and has a great backlog on some models. Didn't anticipate the shortage on the semi-conductor side and resulting cut backs in production. There is a huge demand for autos. When production comes back on, this could mean a real boom for auto companies and parts manufacturers.. The sector looks great.
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Could become one of the best EV plays. Gordon Reid, Greg Newman, and Jim Cramer all recently gave BUY signals. Social media mentions are up 1117% over the last week.
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General Motors Corporation(GM-N) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 20

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 3

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 7

Total Signals / Votes : 30

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