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GM: Mega Undervalued EV Play?

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The two EV companies I would love to see got at it.

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Tesla Main EV's Rivalry and Competitor

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Lift Power Ltd (CSE: LIFT, OTCQX: LIFFF, Frankfurt: WS0) - Unlocking A Promising Junior Miner

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Why I’m Buying Rivian Stock

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20 stocks till 2049 - buy and hold for 25 years

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Election year. Trump stocks and Biden stocks

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Election year. Trump stocks and Biden stocks

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Election year. Trump stocks and Biden stocks

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remember when elon pumped $TSLA instead of dumping it?!

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On what time scale will Waymo's success affect Alphabet's earnings

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Cybersecurity Market Set to Surge Amidst $8 Trillion Threat (CSE: ICS)

High Tide Recaps Key Milestones of 2023

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High Tide Recaps Key Milestones of 2023

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High Tide Recaps Key Milestones of 2023

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Need some advice on safe places to park some cash

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The smartest person in the room! Short GM

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Don't dig for gold, sell shovels - $MVIS

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$MVIS - "During a gold rush, sell shovels."

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$GM 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀 100%+

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The first time a car dealership has spoken the truth

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$LAZR bullish catalyst price up 40%

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9 executives leave after GM Cruise robotaxi crash investigation

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Cybersecurity Market Set to Surge Amidst $8 Trillion Threat (CSE: ICS)

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BriaCell 2023 SABCS Posters Confirm Activation of Cancer-Fighting Immune Cells and Identify Potential Predictors of Clinical Benefit

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Thoughts on this Strategy: Zombie-Free Indexing

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SLM Corp - Student Loans

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Forget NEGG it's Chargepoint CHPT that has the Fundamentals.

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Autoworker strike cost GM $1.1B, a cost it says it can absorb as it announces massive stock buyback

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Buying calls before GM buyback

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Thoughts on Buybacks

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So GM is propping up the stock with a huge buyback and dividend hike. Time to Short GM?

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GM buying back 1/4 of the stock of the entire company

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$GM 🚀🚀🚀🚀

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GM to raise dividend and increase buybacks

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Fisker is worth more than 2 months of deliveries.

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$TSLA going to 300 in my opinion. ADMIN-Respectfully, this is a legit post, don't believe the Chano kids that try make it out as spam.

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TSLA will go back to 300+ again, those days are back.. Why?.. more below

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BNN Bloomberg Highlights Grid Battery Metals' Strategic Lithium Exploration in Nevada

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Why GM is so poorly valued?

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Company match stock program- when to consider otherwise?

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“During a gold rush, sell shovels.” - Advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) & Autonomous Vehicles

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GM union workers appear poised to vote down record UAW deal

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Berkshire releases updated holdings. Goodbye GM, JNJ, hello…SIRI?

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$PTU Purepoint Uranium Leads the Race in High-Grade Uranium Exploration

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RIVN Earnings: Time to Hit it Big

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GM's Cruise confirms robotaxis rely on human assistance every four to five miles

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BB: The WallStreetBets Breakdown - YOLO or Smart Investment?

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To no one’s surprise, GM’s Cruise has been lying about their driverless tech capabilities for years. Calls on FSD.

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What companies are considered Zombie Companies?

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UAW has Tesla, Toyota in its sights after contract wins at Detroit automakers

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I'm bully on $UBER and $LYFT but mostly UBER. Why? ....(Edited Repost with Positions-Per Moderator Request)

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UAW Strike, supply chain, demand, MSRP prices, and Auto stocks

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Most Important Stock Market Earnings from Today - (10/24/2023)

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GM withdraws 2023 guidance as UAW strike costs soar

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Integrated Cyber Solutions Is Your Disruptive Tech Play (CSE: ICS)

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Suggestions on how to recover losses if I am not selling my winners

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TSLA is a conglomerate not a auto company. Stop trying to analyze/value it like one.

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Stocks waking up from their lows with higher trading volume: $APLM, $MIGI, $SING

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GM to delay all-electric truck production at Michigan plant until late-2025

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Energy X a good investment?

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UAW Says it Scored a Key Victory with GM on Battery Plants, a Key Battleground.

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All the Important Stock Market News from Today in 1 Post (10/03/2023)

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UAW Strike: Is it a lose-lose for the big 3?

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NKLA to the moon?

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The Important Stock Market News from Today - (09/27/2023)

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UAW threatens 2nd expansion of strikes at Detroit automakers if progress isn’t made by Friday

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$ASRE Loading Zone on NEWS!

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Final Thoughts on GMBL

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GMBL Final Thoughts

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Final Words on GMBL

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Ford put options.

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MYSZ Following our Projection & More than 6x Volume Yesterday!

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MYSZ on Track with our Projection + 6x Volume Yesterday!

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Tesla $TSLA stands to benefit as the United Auto Workers (UAW) strike against the big three automakers begins.

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KAVL & MYSZ TA - Upswing Potentials!

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MYSZ and KAVL Technical Analysis Perspectives

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KAVL & MYSZ TA - Which way will we break out?!

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Are GM , Ford kinda Nokia / Blockbuster of Auto industries?

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UAW’s War on $GM, $F, $STLA: Lose/ Lose Situation?? (Except for $TSLA)

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WSJ - Detroit automakers entered labor talks at cost disadvantage to Tesla

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Jimothy is suggesting Ford and GM will hire workers to break the impending strike

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Apparently, UAW Strike Is Bullish For Stocks - F, GM and STLA are up today

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Biden says record profits should ensure record contracts as UAW strikes Ford, GM and Stellantis plants

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UAW members go on strike at three key auto plants after deal deadline passes

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Time to short or buy puts on Ford and GM

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UAW strike… Puts on F and GM?

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UAW strike incoming. What's your strategy?

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GM ups wage offer as UAW strike deadline nears

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Buy GM calls short term

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What are your opinions on trailing stop loss orders?

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UAW Strike

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ZoomInfo Technologiez

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EV stocks for long-term investments

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How is Vinfast generating this much Market cap? It's unreal

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Vinfast is insanity.

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Calls on GM

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Yo wall street guys!!🤡 heard of the movement in GOLD(XAUUSD)?? Or still in the hangover of $GM3??🌚🌚 🤔

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Typical market reaponse to spinoff? Any clue what happens to my GM stock if Cruise LLC does spinoff and go public?

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Short term I tend to agree with you. Long term this is probably a fantastic place to start averaging in. They’re the only western auto selling EVs for a profit, and they’re leveraging that advantage. Ford, GM, VW, Stellantis, Hyundai, etc are all cutting production and delaying or outright cancelling multiple EV and battery facilities while Tesla is plowing ahead. Many of these automakers claimed they’d be surpassing Tesla’s EV production by 2025. It’s now looking like all 5 of them combined won’t be anywhere close.

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They're a newer startup, you aren't going to have the capital to release as many models as an established OEM like GM or Ford. What I mean by the same formula is that they released a higher priced model first and are building subsequent models at lower prices utilizing and implementing both software are hardware internally as much as possible along with building a loyal fanbase who love the vehicles that are available now. Their models also started at lower price points that Tesla's and are pacing at a faster rate at releasing their lower priced models with the R2 being announced on March 7. Tesla started production in 2008 and their lower priced model didn't hit until late 2017 nearly 10 years. Rivian Started production in 2021 and are projected to release their lower priced model in 2026, taking half the time to get there. That to me screams great upside potential.

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i doubled down on GM and Plug options trade so many times and suddenly stupid interest rates phenomenon hit. Lost almost 70k, still recovering. 

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That’s funny because Tesla did not receive any of the bailout money. They did agree to a loan that they paid back early which caused an early payment fine. GM and Chrysler received the large bailouts. It’s fine if you want to hate Elon but get your facts correct bud.

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They have 62% of clients that do not NEED the office space and are in unstable conditions. Pharma tenants? Insurance companies are stressing out and folding or pulling back out of areas. GM is a falling knife and the remaining will move to save a nickel. Let it drop to a 2-3$ range and then maybe bulk up after a quarter of meh results that follow guh results

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Why would you invest in a company that doesn’t know that if you pay your GM to much and then make a loss you are doing something wrong?

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So this is guys owns the Wendy’s? I mean, not the GM of the location, but the GM of ALL locations? Can you…make the dumpsters nicer?

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This is spot on. And it’s very similar with autonomous vehicles. GM originally thought their Cruise business would reach commercialization in…wait for it…2019. It’s 2024 and autonomous vehicles are nowhere near being fully driverless (Level 5). Until there is a fully built out infrastructure on par or close to what’s required for internal combustion engines, EVs will not be mainstream.

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Lol. I can pull up any companies cash reserves from early in their life cycle and say the same... NVDA? MSFT? AAPL? RIVN has significant investments from Amazon, GM not to mention Blackrock, Statestreet and Vanguard. They'll be fine. It takes years to get to profitability for a car company. I agree this is an excellent price point to get in as I increased my position yesterday.

Can it get acquired by Apple or GM?

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Can it get acquired by GM?

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The CEO of GM gets $30million by comparison.

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GM being immune to falling right now is pissing me off.

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Word is GM may be coming to buy them out

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How many human years is 5 Elon years? 10-15? That’s quite a bit longer than Waymo or GM

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Tesla is going to be challenged, but FSD has been more tested than GM. It will probably need 5 more Elon years to see it on the streets

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What about the Waymo robotaxi? (Aka the one that is already operating and charging for rides all over SF?) Despite global warming, I think you’ll be waiting for the next Ice Age before Tesla rolls out those magnificent robotaxis it’s been touting for almost a decade. Remember that SF shut down GM cruise robotaxis from one error, and GM was actually beta testing robotaxis with ppl (I rode in one in SF). You think they’re going to let Tesla roll out a fleet or robotaxis anytime soon lol?

Mentions:#SF#GM

saw an article of a GM buyout/merger. The irony

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What are we thinking now, everyone has calls on GM 2025

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Yeah and if bought Apple shares from the time I was born I would be a billionaire, hindsight’s 20/20. There’s hundreds of people who went from Incredibly wealthy to essentially bankrupt because they didn’t diversify their holdings. The guy who founded GM died bankrupt because of his “diamond hands”

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Total but it's split about 50/50 variable/fixed (source: https://electrek.co/2024/02/21/rivians-gross-margins-slip-q4-2023-but-more-to-it/#:~:text=Gross%20margins%20were%20%2D46%25%20in,%2443%2C372%20loss%20per%20vehicle%20delivered.&text=Although%20%2443K%20is%20still,compared%20to%20the%20year%20before.) There's a reason people corrected noted for years that big auto getting in the game is significant. If GM bought Rivian the cars would have break even gross margin within a few weeks as they pulled all their suppliers into existing contracts. The fixed cost allocation would probably get cut in half or more because of the scale of the organization. Which is why Rivian is actually worth $5B or so because a big auto company would absolutely want to buy them.

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Joint venture with WM selling cars online? Why would he dump all of his GM & BYD shares? GOEV.

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That's a Toyota subsidiary and heads rolled afterwards. If it were Ford or GM they would have been given a promotion.

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Some how he didn’t lose it all on GM3. Something we cannot say about 99% of the GM3 folks

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Boomer stock I know but GM might be looking to make a small move

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they made money because of green credits. GM Ford and VW paid for tesla and Elons wealth. he privatized the car industry

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Didn’t ford just take a massive loss on their EV side and announce pull backs? There’s no indication whatsoever that ford or GM can build EVs profitably. Hondas new EV looks promising, at 50k it’s a bit out of my price range for a Honda, but I’d look at Honda and Toyota as teslas potential competitors over ford and GM.

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We have them - Ford is struggling but improving, GM is investing, and Kia/Hyundai is kicking ass (I drive a Hyundai Ioniq 5 and absolutely love it). Lucid, Fisker, Polestar, and Rivian are all done as independent companies but they'll live on getting purchased by a bigger player or combining to be more efficient.

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The difference is that Tesla didn't have competition. Lucid and Rivian have Tesla where Musk will drop prices 10% because he gets a tingle in his dingle, then you have Ford and GM dropping billions and oh not to mention the Koreans (and Chinese outside the US). I drive a Hyundai Ioniq 5 and it's a fucking gorgeous vehicle - everything I want in a car.

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EV adoption is inevitable but we're not there yet, especially with the lack of infrastructure needed for large scale use. Tesla might be making the most EV vehicles out of anyone but when you look at Ford, GM, or any of those other large manufacturers their focus isn't 100% EV at the moment. Sure, they're making less EV's than Tesla but as a company they are more approachable, ie. they're rarely political as a company, products are way more affordable, more reliable, and arguably nicer functionality wise.

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This is why I've termed hybrids as a mini miracle for makers like Ford, GM, Hyundai-Kia. They've figured out how to make an ice vehicle into a hybrid using a baby sized battery and boost motor. For less than $2k increment they make a vehicle that's in huge demand and can add a lot more than $2k to the MSRP. At the same time, they can claim 10% or greater improvement to fuel consumption which means they can basically stop selling loss leader hatchbacks.

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Why doesn't GM just buy RIVN's ass?

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Agree. Fantastic product that's exorbitantly overpriced. The market for $100k SUVs and pickups is not big. GM makes a crapton of $$ on Escalade and JLR makes bank on Range Rover, but that's about it.

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Dawg, im out here buying stock from Apple, Nike, Amazon etc. companies infamous for sweatshops and terrible working conditions that squeeze every drop out of their employees. Hell, didn't the CEO of GM do hit jobs on the opposition back in the day? I also invest in Lockheed which have designed weapons that's killed thousands. My point being, when investing in stocks you must put emotions aside. Fuck nestle tho

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Every vehicle manufacturer has the ability to credit carbon credits based on the vehicles they produce and if they meet EPA guidelines. Tesla, being all battery easily meets those and has extra credits. GM and others choose not to meet EPA emissions guidelines of certain vehicles, which results in needing more credits. This system does not cater to Tesla. [https://www.cargroup.org/epa-carbon-credit/](https://www.cargroup.org/epa-carbon-credit/)

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GM doesn’t get tax credits from California. This is Teslas major money maker. They literally sell carbon credits to other California companies. GM can’t do this to my knowledge.

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It's amazing what it couldn't do for others like GM.

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why are car companies the only green I see on my watchlists? I'm used to TSLA doing stupid shit but F, GM, even RIVN too?

Mentions:#TSLA#GM#RIVN

LMFAO... Elon needs TSLA to crater so ge can sell TSLA shares to GM

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@eProfess Recommends use of what he calls the Kelly formula… I have IT myself GM

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By that regard logic I guess GM, Toyota, Volkswagen, FCA, Honda, Subaru, Hyundai, Geely, Nissan, BMW, Porsche never should have entered the car market because Karl Benz had already invented the automobile.

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Bosch supplies fuel cell to Nikola not GM

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> It's a big advantage in the US Again, it *was*, it no longer is. > They build their own batteries Some of their batteries, yes (they buy the rest off suppliers, including a competitor like BYD). They aren't the only ones though (again, BYD but also VW, GM, etc. are all setting up battery plants or JV). Also it's unclear if that's truly an advantage : there are reasons the car industry collectively moved away from vertical integration. > I thought the same with Netflix. The problem with the comparison with other tech companies is that it's a very different business model. Tech is so big because it's a zero-marginal-cost, winner-takes-all industry, which leads to both insane profit margins but also incredible dominance. Netflix adding another customer is very little extra cost (mostly bandwidth) and everyone goes to the biggest streaming service because they have the most content, which in turns produce more income to make more content, etc. There's only space for a small handful of streaming companies. Tesla business model is absolutely not that - cars are low-margin products with high marginal cost, and it's a highly competitive industry where consumers want choice and diversity, people don't all want to drive the same beige Corolla even if it makes sense on paper.

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Comparing a very large tech firm(most likely one of the magnificent 7) to GM? What are you going on about?

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I know what he’s talking about “bruh” It’s sunk cost fallacy. If you were gifted tons of GM from working there and have a massive portfolio of it up 10% after 30 years you could have sold it at vest and purchased a general index fund. You’d be taking tax hits but 30 years of VTO is up way higher than 30 years of your GM RSUs Sorry if that’s too complicated of a concept for you 🤷‍♂️

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>Tesla is Ford, maybe even GM. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258) https://preview.redd.it/0nu55vl7zljc1.jpeg?width=640&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=389eaf35c52cd84b2ee6467b9c73b0a08dcc2ed2 "buT Its IS an T3kn0Lo61e cUMpaHKne3E"![img](emote|t5_2th52|4259)

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Only like 10-20 large cap stocks have made the "market" look over valued - remove these stocks and the market looks attractive. The problem that for you and others is you can't buy an index fund - they are top loaded with these large bloated pigs. You need to buy individual stocks - and for many this is not advisable... ​ Many small cap cyclical type stocks are really cheap. Look at F and GM. Look at home builders like MHO and BZH. Look at small cap Chinese stocks like JD, CSIQ, JKS. Even large banks like C... ​ So many stocks trading with PE's below 10, and trading below book value...

You're describing what Peter Lynch advocated for decades ago. It's a good place to start and works but not of course, not always. It can fail phenomenally too. Unless for some reason you never engage with a company that ultimately goes out of business, but I don't know anyone who can claim that. Counterexamples, In no particular order - Fitbit (loved mine) - Residential Solar (spent 20k, as did many neighbors. saves so much $$) - Ford and GM (my family bought 3 Ford and 2 Chevy vehicles over 2 decades)

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Yeah, and the Roadster and the Semi. And FSD. Tesla isn't exactly known for being factual with time estimates. When F or GM say 6 months. They mean a year. When Tesla says a year,they mean a decade

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Tesla without Elon is Ford, maybe even GM. 

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I bought LAC. I like GM investment, experience of miners, location in Nevada, large deposit. Lithium will be a huge player in batteries for many years.  When prices sky rocket, more mines come online but can take awhile to come into production. When prices drop, miners back off and prices rise. I'm looking for price improvement and stocks to start to rise in next few months. 

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LOL that shit probably takes 10+ years. That feels like a pyramid scam infographic. Realistically 1 in 100+ will git GM and make that pay, and it'll take forever. He could join a big city police department and make that in 5 years by just not getting fired.

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My yearly contributions were between 5% and 10% of my income, and got company matching between 1.5% and 6%. My income started at $31k ($63k inflation-adjusted) and hit $100k in 2022. I contributed to *mostly* to broad-market US index funds. For the first 20-25 years it was evenly split between US Large Cap, Mid Cap, and Small Cap. A few years ago I moved it all to S&P 500 because it was less volatile that Small Cap. I did make a stock gamble in 2008. Put 5% of my money in Ford right before GM went bankrupt and it paid off. Kept it too long, but today I have about $65k extra because of it. Played with bonds a little bit a while back, and it today I have about $5k less because of it. I never panicked during market downturns and moved my money to something "safer". And I kept contributing. I'm now 5-ish years from retirement and still am 100% in S&P 500 index funds and EFTs. So by index fund investor standards I am a maniac. By WallStreetBets standards I am a pussy. LOL. I went into a lot of detail in [this post](https://old.reddit.com/r/Bogleheads/comments/18y40ty/a_real_persons_30year_journey_with_yearend/).

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You might have bought the top. I wouldn’t be longing anything right now. The market could keep pumping but inflation isn’t in check yet and the 10yr bond spiked so I’m looking for a drop from ATHs. At least you bought stock in GM so that’s solid. LAC I wouldn’t have bought even though it’s at its low. It’s not profitable and mining in the US is fraught with regulations that aren’t in place in other countries.

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Tbh I wouldn’t worry too much either way. GM won’t go to zero, so no worries about losing it all. But it also won’t go up much (likely). It’s cool you started but I truly think people need thousands and thousands , if not hundreds of thousands, to really see investing count . Otherwise it’s just… thwre.

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GM isn't necessarily a bad buy. It is a little high atm but it'll come down where you can buy more to lower your average price, it'll go up again too and the small dividends are nice too. Learning for my previous 3 years of experience half of which I'd just pick random ones I thought would do good (some did phenomenal others not so much). Do you're research (don't be like me) I recommend things like S&P 500 or some kind of etf (do some research on a few) the S&P 500 is a good one to invest in since theoretically it'll always go up. It might go down a little here and there in the short term but long term is what you want. Also don't listen to people on reddit, you can get advice here (but listen at your own risk, most of us aren't financial advisors)

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GM Say it back

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GM hasn’t moved in years. Honestly, I would just buy the top 4 or 5 stocks in the s and p 500. It’ll beat the s and p 500 over time

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Explain why GM over F aside from Lithium out of potentially dozens. If you can’t then do more research.

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GM hasn't done anything in years, they're a stock of the past.

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GM has done nothing in 5 years .. alright as part of a portfolio but sounds like you are trying to buy a lottery ticket here.

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If you were the world's first Trillionaire. Would you spend 70% of your net worth on buying Tesla? Or would you rather spend 70% of your net worth and buying nearly every other mass market automaker besides Tesla? You could buy Ford, GM, Stellantis, Toyota, Mazda, Honda, Hyundai, and Volkwagon and still have a few pennies left over. For me. I don't think Tesla will be as popular as those 8 combined.

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Tesla entered a market with zero competition. They then diversified incredibly successfully and established themselves before any competition appeared. Rivian is entering a market late. They are now up against Ford. GM. Volkswagen. Volvo. Tesla. Toyota etc. China is now producing better EVs faster and cheaper. Rivian is going to get murdered in the current marketplace.

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What’s Next: 2021 FCF, Structural Cost Savings Buffering Downside and the Outer Years: 2021: St model too conservative: significant cash flow heading shareholders’ way 1. Revenue: St is taking 1Q 2yr revenue stack (+6.5%) and modeling a deterioration for 2Q-4Q (\~3% on average). This is because 1Q in the US benefited from substantial stimulus and pent-up demand. However, this fails to appreciate the following: 1. QTD: We believe US 2Q21 QTD (through June) 2yr stack trends are similar to that of 1Q21, despite the lack of stimulus in the quarter and the US largely re-opened. 1. We’re a data-forward fund that uses a large ensemble of alternative data sources (as we reference in some of our previous write ups), including multiple panels of credit cards, debit cards, email receipts, web traffic, geolocation, social media, and multiple promotionality barometers, that cumulatively inform our analysis. 2. July & 2H could improve from 2Q QTD / 1Q21 Trend: 1. The QTD period does not reflect back-to-school, which represents an easier compare than the QTD period because the in-person fall semester was non-existent last year. 2. Further, beginning on July 15th, individuals with income <$75k and households <$150k are eligible for child tax credits that equate to $250 per child for children ages 6-17 ($300 per child 3. Europe is still in recovery, and 2Q & 2H should fare better than 1Q21. 2.  EBIT margin expanded \~1100bps in 1Q21 vs 1Q19. The St is modeling 3Q/4Q EBIT margin expansion of only 350bps and 0bps, respectively. We believe this conservatism is a function of lack of mgmt guidance in 2H and historical volatility in operating results. 1. SG&A: In 1Q21, SG&A was -7% vs ‘19. The St is assuming 2Q-4 on average will realize SG&A +2% vs ‘19, which we take the under on given the permanent reduction in fleet & personnel. 2. GM improvement in 1Q21 vs 1Q19 was 285bps and the St models 2H improvement at 216bps. However, our real-time analysis of promotional emails, online pricing, in-store pricing, order values, and item values gives us confidence that GM rate expansion is continuing to accelerate from 1Q into 2Q (we estimate a 375bps improvement vs 2Q19). Structural cost savings – new run-rate EBITDA substantially above pre-covid levels even if top line were to slow: We acknowledge that each year we look out has less & less visibility. So before discussing 2022 & beyond, it is important to appreciate the structural cost savings that bridge to structurally elevated EBITDA vs pre-covid levels, even on similar demand. This gives us confidence in debunking the bear case of “what if EBITDA goes back to $250-300mm seen in FY19-FY18?” * Mgmt took out $200mm of structural costs in FY20. While we take this aggregate number with a grain of salt, we estimate that half of this is due to rent reductions ($30mm reported due to closure of 7 flagships alone) which gives us confidence. *  4+ more flagships closures on the horizon * In 2019, ANF generated \~$255mm of EBITDA. On the same level of demand, the business would generate \~$455mm of EBITDA today pro forma for mgmt’s stated cost savings. We give $10mm of credit for the next 4 flagships that are destined for closure, $0mm for further rent negotiations, $0mm credit for any potential gross margin (AUR) stickiness, and further haircut this consolidated number by an arbitrary $40mm (20% of the stated structural savings quantum) for conservatism. See table below. * This informs our downside case EBITDA assumption.

Car company priced as a tech company. If you think that can create software others use then maybe keep it else consider dumping it as GM and Ford are figuring out EV and car software

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Tesla is a tale of two companies. Firstly there's an EV manufacturer. It's a very good company which is the most profitable EV manufacturer per unit when Ford and GM are losing money on every vehicle they produce. However it's never going to be worth that much because the vehicle market is crowded and highly competitive. On that basis it's probably overpriced. Secondly there's the AI company trying to make FSD and Teslabot. If they can get either of these products to really work then that will bring in trillions of dollars. However they are both unproven scifi ideas and FSD is much harder, and is taking much longer, than anyone hoped. So it depends how likely it is you think AI is going to bloom and make those things possible. The value = good car company + (chance of AI working) x (hundreds of billions of profit)

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FSD a no moat endeavor? Tesla is training a neural network end to end to learn how to drive. The only reason they're able to do that is that they have millions of cars already on the road with a full suite of camera, along with an inference computer, and sensors to tell how you're pressing the accelerator and turning the wheel, a cellphone connection, etc. Nobody else has this currently... And deploying millions of cars with new hardware on the road, even if you're GM, requires setting up new production lines, etc. Can take years. The other thing to understand is this: suppose that Nvidia starts selling a suite of FSD hardware to GM. Like I said, GM still needs to start producing and selling cars with said hardware, not instant. Nvidia needs the data and a lot of engineering to actually make it work. Ok, suppose they've done all that. Tesla still comes out ahead. Why? Because Nvidia is going to charge an arm and a leg for their FSD hardware suite, whereas Tesla makes it in-house, and takes all the resulting profit. As far as being probably a battery player, they're in the process of ramping up production of grid-scale battery storage, and it's already a non-negligible profit center. Tesla energy revenue was 1.56 billion last quarter, with 40% YoY growth. I think it's already dishonest when people say they're "just a car company". Like, do we have to wait until energy revenue is 30%, or 40%, or 50% of their total revenue for them to be no longer "just a car company"?

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LAC is one that I’m tempted to get into. They own the rights to mine the Thacker Pass lithium deposit in Nevada, could be the biggest deposit in NA. GM is a big stakeholder at 10%.

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This is the best answer. Bankrupt companies will trade over pink sheets for years. I have experience from having shares in the old GM, Verasun Energy, Frontier communications, Tierone bank. I'd eventually sell to close my position for a -99.9 loss.

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Check the news today, Panasonic and GM are on board!

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Tesla is on the brink of rapidly deploying robots that will enable companies to replace overpriced workers, such as those at GM. No other company will be able to compete with Tesla in terms of scale or price. Initially, Tesla will use these robots for its own manufacturing processes, securing a competitive edge. Moreover, electric vehicles are being mandated in numerous regions, bolstering Tesla’s car production as competitors fall behind due to price disparities, a trend that extends to semi trucks as well. Additionally, I foresee an insurance angle where companies may increase the insurance costs for non-self-driving vehicles, serving as another compelling reason to adopt Tesla’s technology.

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bmw is nazi shit. Ford & GM is true blue 🇺🇸 🦅 never forget that

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In Portugal, police drive around in BMWs In NYC, police drive around in Ford and GM cars

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around 2011 Kia jumped 20 years forward. They went from making cars that looked like they were late 80s and early 90s Japanese imports mixed with a conglomerate of american econobox designs, to suddenly making stylish comfortable cars, and even performance cars. &#x200B; I remember growing up that Hyundais were the cheapest of cheap and Kias were cheap but better quality. Hell it wasnt until about 2-3 years ago that Hyundai models were on par with the Kias. (Hyundai being like the GM branded vehicle and Kia being the chevy branded vehicle before this point. The Kona and the Niro were night and day when it came to quality, for example) Now Hyundai has models that are unique from their Kia brand and arguably nicer. (Ioniq 5 vs EV6.) &#x200B; They're not Mercedes build quality, but they're still inexpensive and people can get financed for a $15,000 car. Their EVs are cheaper than Tesla and honestly better than most other EVs on the market in the same value bracket. They have come a long way in a short time. &#x200B; China is now doing the same thing, they're out to prove they are no longer about low quality. I started noticing this with their off-brand tools at places like Harbor Freight. One day they were suddenly going toe to toe with name brands. (Hercules, Earthquake, Bauer) and the hand tools had nice rubber finishes on them. They are definitely a threat. &#x200B; I'm still calling it. GM will be the first to fall, either they will be bought out by a shell company that has Chinese connections, or they will partner with BYD or one of the other Chinese EV makers like they did with Toyota in the 80s. Ford is already partnered with a Chinese company for the battery packs. I wouldn't put it past China to have some of their bigger brands relocate and operate out of Singapore to get around trade restrictions (while staying firmly under CCP control) and open factories in North America in the next 5-10 years. &#x200B; At this point, if I were Tesla, I'd be focusing on the supercharger network and energy storage solutions. Tesla is still way ahead in that department. They're falling behind on the car front, and being a Tesla owner is now a scarlet letter from the pro-EV and anti-ev crowd. They're going to lose their appeal once people find the next "cool car" to buy. While Musk is fucking around on twitter and pushing the Cybertruck, they could have been working on making a utility line of vehicles, small trucks, vans, and pushing commercial fleet sales, which are the real bread and butter of a successful car company. Which is where Ford isnt wrong in this article. Maybe Elon can take 5 minutes from consuming fox news hysteria and realize having Ford transit and transit connect vans doing mobile repairs is a bad look. Rivian has already gone that route and will probably end up being in a better situation in 10 years because of that. (Their Amazon vans are top quality) While I shit on GM, their Brightdrop vans are nice and every Fedex driver I have talked to loves them. (USPS could have ordered these instead of those Richard Scarry inspired pieces of shit) with drivers flipping coins on who gets to drive them. &#x200B; The next 10 years will be interesting.

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He's a memester from 2015, who understands that stock value is subjective, but doesn't understand that at the end of the day, he owns a car company, like Ford or GM. And he needs to deliver cars that don't rust by design.

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Guys. Can you PLEASE tell me about the next SMCI, NVDA, AM*c, GM*e, or whatever. My survival depends on one of those $2k->$500k in a week kind of play.

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Is it too much to ask for a reasonably priced, no bells and whistles vehicle with an EV drivetrain? Like why tf does Ford or GM think there's no market for sub-$50k EVs? They're gonna get clobbered...

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GM is on a whole other level. Every single one of their passenger cars is dogshit trash. Literally all of their smaller cars are shitbox Daewoos. They looked at the 'success' of the Chevy Aveo and said 'yup, let's just cut and paste that.' Truly, all cars are shit these days. But you still have to be a real dumb motherfucker to not just buy Japanese. Any other choice means a) you bought it for the badge, sell it before it is out of warranty or b) there really is no B, if you buy Korean or American you're a god damned fool.

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you should get hit by truck, calls on $GM

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I wouldn't say that, it's just not compelling for the price. I have an f150 and it's a great reliable truck. I've had quite a a few Ford's. Personally I'd rather have that than a GM or dodge. Had both and they were not anything to write home about. I drove one. It was fine, very typical Ford. It was last on my list, but it wasn't because it was bad, just overpriced. I got more for less in the model 3. Vw was interesting but also didn't vow the socks off. The bolt is one of the ugliest cars ever created. Maybe not the worst, that would probably go to the imiev, but not great. I'm not sure why a lot of automakers hear efficient and think it has to look like an econobox.

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He just hopes the world is going to forget about the $4.5B they are going to lose on their pure EV play this year. Ford's cars are overpriced and the build quality isn't all that good. Same goes for GM except their quality is much worse. Tesla has taken the old mule named FORD out behind the woodshed and blasted it between the fucking eyes on EVs. And this all comes from a guy who has been building and racing Ford cars for thirty years.

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