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BUY
A cheap stock with a lot of pent-up demand. It's up 10% in a week.
Automotive
BUY
Believes company is under valued at current stock price ($40). Normalized earnings per share is around $8 per share. Chip shortages have causes company to not be able to make enough cars. Demand is higher than supply for automobiles right now. Investing heavily in electric cars. Looking to double revenues by 2030.
Automotive
BUY
He owns it for EV's. EV's are making more of a presence in GM than Ford. This is a good place to park some cash. This will be a player in EV's. He also loves the dividend.
Automotive
COMMENT
Apple vs. GM as a legacy investment for grandkids Apple has more legs than GM. GM is a cyclical, well-positioned at the beginning of a new cycle for EVs. Obviously, supply chains issues have made it hard to satisfy demand. GM is good short-term, but he prefers Apple long term. They have 1.5 billion installed devices around the world with a roughly 95% loyalty rate. As we move into 5G, we will see new developments for Apple who invest heavily in R&D.
Automotive
WEAK BUY
GM vs. F Auto production is increasing, and F and GM will be two of the biggest beneficiaries of that. We're in a strong market where we need to replenish inventory. Both have pulled back with economic and inflation worries. A good trade in both these names. He'd favour F over GM, as he likes their lineup as they pivot to EVs. He owns LNR instead.
Automotive
TOP PICK
Low valuation at 7x this year's earnings, so the risk isn't there. Will do a great job of migrating to EVs. Customer recognition of big brands. No dividend. (Analysts’ price target is $51.41)
Automotive
BUY
It traded down on earnings, which were actually pretty good, but then started to rise, which he expects to continue.
Automotive
BUY
They report tomorrow. It's among the cheapest stocks on the S&P. He fears that will say that China's lockdowns and higher costs have hurt. This is a 2023 stock with lots of solid EVs coming their way. Likes it.
Automotive
HOLD
Stay patient with this. Are well-managed, have a solid business plan and their valuation is very cheap. Also, they produce a lot of cash. They are developing self-driving cars operating as taxis--this is the future.
Automotive
BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks GM stocks trade at a mere 5.28x PE, though their beta is 1.22 and they pays no dividend. Around $32, shares are flirting with 52-week lows, which is an attractive entry point. Bears will point that cars, gas or electric, are a cyclical business, and the economy is slowing down. Fair point. However, the supply chain will ease eventually while demand for EV’s will not diminish. In short, GM stocks have been beaten up so much lately that they’re now looking attractive enough to nibble at. Read 3 defensive stocks weather uncertain markets for our full analysis.
Automotive
BUY
John: Ridiculously cheap, 6x earnings. Inexpensive valuation. Will transition vehicles into EVs very well. Massive free cashflow. Consumer discretionary, but he's been buying.
Automotive
WAIT
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
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General Motors Corporation(GM-N) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 21

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 3

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 5

Total Signals / Votes : 29

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