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DON'T BUY
Doesn't own any of the OEMs. Will eventually catch up to a Tesla. At this point, you have to get the timing of the transition right, and it's not going to happen as quickly as people think. She's doing research to find the companies that supply various platforms for the OEMs.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Sep 09/21, Up 21.9%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with GM is progressing well. We now recommend trailing the stop (from $40) to $50. If triggered, this would all but guarantee we protect the initial investment.
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The company is planning on making huge amounts of EVs in the next few years. Auto sales remain robust. Trades at a discount multiple. EV will be good for their business. Social media mentions are up 121% over the last 24 hours.
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BUY
They plan to make a gigantic number of EVs in the next few years. Their auto sales are robust. This stock trades at 9x 2022 earnings--this is wrong! GM is going into EVs because it's good business and good for the world.
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Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly We once again recommend GM as a TOP PICK. It trades at 6x earnings versus peers at 18x and is currently valued at 1.4x book value. It has big plans in the EV space, having recently partnered with Nikola to build a fully electric pickup truck. Another differentiation is their plan to build their own EV recharging stations -- something that could create a sizable future revenue stream. We would buy this with a stop loss at $40, looking to achieve $70 -- upside potential over 44%. Yield 0% (Analysts’ price target is $70.30)
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Trading at 6x earnings, which is vastly below competitors. Their recall has caused the stock price to pull back. Big plans for the EV space. They are also planning on building their own EV recharging stations. Social media mentions are up 122% in the last 24 hours.
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TOP PICK
If a young SPAC from Quebec is too risky you, consider one of the oldest car companies on the planet. GM shed its stodgy, dull image last November when it announced it would invest US$27 billion and dive into the e-car biz. Last June, they upped that to US$35 billion. They plan to bring 30 new EV's to market by 2025 and go zero-emission by 2035. Ambitious, yes, commendable, certainly, but do-able.
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HOLD
GM is expanding its massive recall of its Bolt e-car. Stock is down 3% after hours. He's not happy with this news or the 24% move down going into this news, mostly due to the semis shortage hitting the car industry. GM's move into EV and self-driving cars--the Bolt is not a flagship part of this. The recall costs are significant, yes. GM has a track record of reducing costs especially in losing businesses in Europe and U.S, and yet generate huge cash flow. It's frustrating that the market punishes GM on news like this, but doesn't reward it for giving fantastic earnings. GM trades at 8x earnings.
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BUY
GM is expanding its massive recall of its Bolt e-car. Stock is down 3% after hours. It had a great run to $60 recently, then sold off. Post-Friday news always sees a stock get hit hard, and this is happening. Yet, this news will create opportunity. He likes GM--it has possibilities. He hasn't chased it, so the sell-off is a one-off--not fun--but a buying opportunity.
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COMMENT
GM is expanding its massive recall of its Bolt e-car. Down 3% after hours. There's some investor fatigue. Early this week, Volkswagen and Toyota announced they're cutting production in September because of supply shortages. Those who are loyal to a stock get fatigue when they receive post-Friday news.
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BUY
GM is expanding its massive recall of its Bolt e-car. Down 3% after hours. This bad news makes GM's risk/reward better, in fact. Shares have come down from $65 to $45, which is support. On Monday, watch for a reversal--it opens lower, then climbs higher, the classic bad news--good price action. You're not buying GM beacuse you believe the Chevy Volt is the car of the future, and if you are, then you deserve to lose money in GM.
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DON'T BUY
All large legacy companies are moving into EVs. Remains to be seen how they'll execute. Stock is broken. With ETFs like CARZ or DRIV, you can buy a basket. Both are outperforming GM by a fair margin. Keep in mind, consumer discretionary has recently underperformed a little bit.
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BUY
GM vs. F In the end, it's how well a product line is accepted and profits. GM has much higher margins on products than Ford. Everyone knows the F-150, but in total truck sales, GM sells more. Electrification will be very profitable for GM. Chip shortage, extended warranty costs, and supply chain issues are providing a good stock entry point. Ford is a great company and well-positioned. In a peer group analysis, you want #1 in the industry.
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BUY
The stock plunged 9% today, so is business bad? Demand for cars and the chips in them is well in excess of supply. GM stock represents value. But the stock weakness tell you nothing. You must know that there's a shortage of chips which is bottlenecking cars.
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(A Top Pick Oct 15/20, Up 70.9%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with GM has triggered its stop at $55. We recommend covering the balance of the position at this time. Combined with the previous recommendation to cover 50% of the position, this results in a net investment return over 48%.
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General Motors Corporation(GM-N) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 22

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 5

Total Signals / Votes : 28

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