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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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Consider Li-FT Power (TSXV: LIFT; US-OTC: LIFFF) as a potential value play in the lithium mining space

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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)

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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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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 GM, disney, intel and/or any woke company!!

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Holy. I hadn’t even thought of what is going to happen to these America-centered stocks when a certain candidate almost inevitably wins. TBH I might as well all-in on INTC, GM, and more. I don’t think this candidate is actually going to run AMD, NVDA, etc into the ground, but the immediate reaction will be drastic.

- Tesla is the far and away EV leader. They do not need the government subsidies to maintain, make new cars, etc. - Tesla’s competition does need the subsidies, namely Ford and GM (when they decide to stop fucking around and get serious with real EVs). - This essentially ensures Tesla’s moat in the EV space as it expands into other revenue streams.

Mentions:#EV#GM

Billions of dollars of plants already in production are going to stop and fly over to the USA Ford and GM 📉

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They use the same incentives as Tesla and GM and Ford

Mentions:#GM

I think the way out of this bind is going to be through partnerships. Like you'll start to see more and more companies selling their services through Costco. As long as their members get a better price, Costco is happy to sell Netflix or Nike wear or whatever. Or like Tesla or GM... buy a Tesla and get two years of Netflix free (when really they just bake the cost into the car). But yes, the direct sale growth is probably going to slow very soon, if not shrink.

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No it does not. What is excessive is what GM did to auto workers. Claiming they couldn't survive if the gave union demand. Then they do 16b, yes billions, in buybacks in less than 7months after tey negotiated the contract. We as workers have to unit and support each other. If boeing workers wantnto start at 40% and pension damn if ill oppose their ask. Only they know how badly they've been treated by management.

Mentions:#GM

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It's not Europe fault the entire economy has been pumped up to the tits like a GM chicken

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People keep trotting this tired line but it's not even comparable. Enron was straight up fudging numbers, while Exxon, IBM, and GM were profitable for decades before slowing down. Heck, IBM from 1962-2013 (51 years) had seven stock splits (25% split, 50% split, 2:1, 25% split, 2:1, 2:1, 4:1) and share price went from $10 to $126. Now it sits at $187. If mega-caps like Meta (IPO 2012) and Nvidia (IPO 1999) lasts as long as IBM, they have a long way to go to before slowing down.

Mentions:#IBM#GM

Uh huh, worked really well for Exxon, IBM, GM, and all those other companies from the 80-90s. Oh and Enron too ofc

Mentions:#IBM#GM

Because ford and GM are garbage heaps.

Mentions:#GM

I love my EV. Its 600 HP for $1 a day and it drives me anywhere I want to go. No hang up at all. Most people will own EVs in the coming years Ford, GM etc. are miles behind though. Jim Farley even admits it.

Mentions:#EV#HP#GM

Sadly. There will come a time when enough early adopters filter out and go to Ford, GM, or one of the luxury Euro brands and the Cult of Personality he has built wont be able to support his madness. Will that be in a place where we can take advantage of his fall? Fuck if I know

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First time in my life I'm completely out on Intel. That failure rate will make so many swear off their chips. I would compare it to GM vehicles in the 80s. One lemon blows up on you, you aren't lining up to buy another trans-am.

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GM E. gonna rip 👀

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"It's friggin ~~GM~~ ~~GE~~ ~~Boeing~~ **Intel**, people, it literally can't go tits up

Mentions:#GM#GE

It's just the cult of Musk. Otherwise it wouldn't have pumped on fewer YoY vehicle deliveries. The market still thinks it's a tech company when an actual tech company already has robotaxis. GM, an automotive company, is further along the robotaxi path. Hell, Toyota is probably closer to FSD than Tesla. I've driven both. Toyota is better, it's just not trendy

Mentions:#GM#FSD

She also said they would catch up to Tesla in a couple years lol Anyone who follows the auto industry immediately knows that's completely BS hopium for gullible GM investors

Mentions:#GM

You are lost, RH is lying to you (sad a lot of guys from Tos there). Tastytrade will allow you to sell options, but with 50k in cash, that should be fine at Schwab (TOS owner), where I trade. Here are some Vids about Buying Power in your margin account . Also note you could buy 50k of Sgov get 5% interest for the next few months and get .75 * 50k= 36k buying power. Tasty vids or do your own search when there. http://ontt.tv/1C1DNEb https://ontt.tv/2NFL4GM https://ontt.tv/3jAf4Ba

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Fantasy? are you claiming that EV' market demand is dying and not growing in sales? Because that's simply way off. Shifting production to majority EV is the way forward for any auto company that wants to survive in the future. Go look at the streets of China today to see the EV market penetration where more EV's than ICE in the last year, that is where USA will be likely within the next 10 years. Also EV's are nearly just as cheap sometimes cheaper than ICE vehicles (including tax rebate and gas savings).... The 1LT version of GM Equinox about to be released will be $34k, and plenty of EV's in the $30k range from Hyundai, Volvo, Volkswagon and Kia.

Mentions:#EV#ICE#GM

Agreed, of all the automaker CEO's Mary Barra has honestly been the most delusional and willfully misleading in what outrageous promises she's made. This is the woman who claimed several years ago that GM would be selling more EV's then Tesla in 2025, all while guiding to sell the same number of EV's that Tesla was already selling the year she made that promise, as if Tesla's sales wouldn't increase at all over a several year period. Not to mention I don't think a lot of consumers who are knowledgeable about EV's are going to want to trust GM after the whole Bolt bomb disaster.

Mentions:#GM#EV

Calls on Ford, GM, Stellantis and Tesla 

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GM regards. This heat wave is bull$hit ![img](emote|t5_2th52|31225)![img](emote|t5_2th52|27421)![img](emote|t5_2th52|31226)

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He's been upset with Biden since Biden didn't invite Tesla to any of Biden's meetings with EV makers. Then Biden said that GM led the EV revolution. Elon also tweets a lot about the open border with Mexico.

Mentions:#EV#GM

yes, precisely because no American wants to buy a Chinese EV (due to parts replacement taking forever, lack of mechanics for repair). So Biden slap a high tariff, like 60%, on Chinese EV, as posturing move to show that he's tough on China. Elon is supporting Trump because Biden supports Ford/GM EV because they're union, and Tesla isn't part of the union club.

Mentions:#EV#GM

gm ev's are actually quite good. demand will come in time. right now ev's are a tough sell on the whole, for reasons unrelated to the tech itself. slowly that will change. personally i think GM is a decent long term hold.

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Yeah nobody is buying a GM EV over a 30k model 3

Mentions:#GM#EV

Yes, you don't like Elon because his tweets trigger you and it's hip to shit talk everything associated with him. I get it. It's one of the most common things on social media, especially reddit. You can easily look up what data Tesla is collecting, and what their intentions with it are. Of course it's only intended to be used for Tesla, that's their one of their competitive advantages. They could certainly turn into into something that would generate revenue and be available to others. If I was GM for example, I could pay for that data and not waste almost a decade trying to accumulate my own. Waymo is a competitor in a few respects, yup. Enjoy your day kid.

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When they said JD. I though they mennt JD Powers, the car award thing. So I went ot checkout of the stocks of F, and GM. Then it turned out the JD Vance and was not JD Powers, honestly he fucked up. JD Powers is such a cool person, with the eye patch and that.

Mentions:#JD#GM

You're misunderstanding why Tesla is valued more than the others. If you dig into the financials of the other automakers, you'll see they are riddled with debt. Tesla is a clean slate company. It doesn't have a ridiculously complex boomer financials of the others. It has minimal debt, just the basic borrowing. It doesn't even have any bond offerings (aka senior notes). It doesn't have union-mandated pension funds. GM on the other hand is a disaster. https://investor.gm.com/news-releases/news-release-details/general-motors-prices-225-billion-senior-unsecured-notes $2.5b at ~5.5% due 2029/2032. You have to subtract that value (after interest) from the market cap. That's just one of 7 bonds active GM bonds. Then we have other bullshit like all the factories that GM has to pay when they shut down a line. GM Oshawa and I think Wentzville were the most recent. They get shut down for a few months to years, then when new model is out they retool and restart production. Tesla has 4 factories that produce cars, and several smaller factories for parts. Their exposure is minimal.

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Also, look at the top 10 car manufacturers in the world by the numbers.  Toyota - 10.3m cars - 326B value Volkswagen - 9.2m cars - 60B value  Hyundai - 7.3m cars - 49B value Stellantis - 6.3m cars - 61B value GM - 6.1m cars - 56B value Ford - 4.4m cars - 57B value Honda - 4.1m cars -  56B value Nissan - 3.3m cars - 13B value BMW - 2.5m cars - 58B value Changan - 2.5m cars - 131B value Total of all above: 56m cars - 867B value Tesla - 1.8m cars - 832B value Tesla makes 3% of the cars the top 10 do, and is valued at 95% of all of them combined. “Full self driving” is their only sliver of hope to actually be valued so highly, but all of the other companies (except Nissan) are working on that too, and only idiots trust it for more than lane assist and adaptive cruise which even the lowest model of most cars have now.  Tesla’s only shot of *actually* being worth what it currently is relies on full self driving and its still not here. 

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GM = best company on earth AI Chip stocks = trash

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My GM calls!

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![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258)gm is better EV play than tesla. Coz GM makes hybrid which is more popular n profitable

Mentions:#EV#GM

Corrupt old money wins if Biden, Raytheon, GD, Boeing, GM, etc, etc.

Mentions:#GD#GM

Going to sell my toyota and buy some GM calls

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Get out. Ford and GM are grabbing as much federal and Michigan tax money as they can to transition their production to EVs that they know won't sell. Other automakers are going to mop up Ford's market share with hybrids that work in the winter and during rolling blackouts.

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Ford didn't take the bailout, that was GM and Chrysler.

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Ford is moving GM is moving STLA is like a painting

Mentions:#GM#STLA

I’ve been buying and holding Ford for years (CB ~$10). Just always seemed undervalued and that Tesla was going to wipe them off the map. Seems like they can coexist just fine (similar to GM)

Mentions:#CB#GM

The interesting part of QS and their deal with VW is they are open to sell product to others. In theory they can sell to Tesla, GM, Lucid, Ford, etc.

Mentions:#QS#GM

The chose to excel in the L3 fast charging space and are next best to Tesla for L3. They cover all the placesnTesla is not by design. Delta Electronics USA patnering with TI makes the equipment. LS Power initialy funded them and their CEO is a career succesful Utility CEO and highly customer focused. COO from Google Fiber and Qualcomm Exec. They have a huge partnership with GM for 2000+ stations. Also huge parnership with Rivian and Toyota. New battery tech from Quantumscape + VW + Powerco means L3 charging will be the way to go. They have much more in terms of competive advantage. Should I continue?

Mentions:#COO#GM

Less than Toyota or GM for sure

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GM cruise self driving taxis are operating in cities where they've received approval right now, just like Waymo. Tesla has zero self driving taxis. You can literally google this stuff - it is public information.

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GM doesn't have nearly the amount of data nor anywhere near the infrastructure to process it like Tesla, and they're already at least 3 years behind.

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GM cruise also has driverless taxis in operation. Ask yourself why the only cars actually operating as driverless taxis have stacks of sensors and why you think Tesla doesn't have self driving taxis yet despite being promised to be operation many years ago.

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I didn't get why people were bullish on robotaxis. By the time TSLA gets through testing Google and GM will have the market already

Mentions:#TSLA#GM

So NVDA is trash and GM is now the best company on Earth.

Mentions:#NVDA#GM

It's actually not largely true. They have had their own charging network since launch. Does GM and Ford have their own gas stations?

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Tesla has a path to greater revenue. 1. Build a small car - this is the most obvious option. A car in 20-25k price range will be a huge seller. And to compete in the EU market, against chinese EVs this is a must. The car can be a smaller version of the popular modelY. 2. Build a level-3 self driving. Waymo/Google is shooting for level-4, which needs more technology breakthroughs to apply to every road. It's typical of how google works. But a level-4 can only be a robotaxi. When you have level4-robotaxi the car market will shrink, as people will ditch their car and only use cheap taxis. For tesla, a car maker, that would be sucidial. It's much better to shoot for level-3 autonomy, like GM and Benz are trying. Level -3 means car can run autonomously and will ask the driver to take over if it sees unlearnt scenarios. This is probably achievable within few years if technology keeps pace. And level-3 is great for car owners, which means more people buy cars. 3. Musk marketing can claim level-4 robotaxi while tesla works on level-3. Once level-3 is ready, they can claim it is the best FSD ever.

Mentions:#EU#GM#FSD

EVs are the future. The next generation is going to buy from EV car makers, not shitty wannabes like GM and Ford who squandered their chance to be an EV leader.

Mentions:#EV#GM

GM is worth $53B and sells 2.5M vehicles per year. Rivian is worth $16B sells 56K per year. Currently, Rivian is priced as if it does 10x as much volume as it does right now. In order to get there it has to lower the price of its vehicles significantly, runs thin margins, invest in more production facilities, all while staving off competition from other EV manufacturers. When you ask if it’s Rivian’s time to shine, I think it’s already shining because you’d have to be a complete mental handicap to buy it for $16 per share. Is Rivian worth $16B because it has some proprietary technology that sets it apart from competitors, or are people overpaying for the stock?

Mentions:#GM#EV

The id3 id4 are pretty nice. All the Germans lied about emissions: VW BMW Merc and also: GM Chrysler Renault Toyota Nissan.

Mentions:#GM

Musk is a master of selling and he is selling Tesla prospects hard. And people want to follow him Sure there is already robotaxi from Google. GM cruise , Amazon and lots of Chinese companies are running robotaxi trials on the road today. But the technology is not mature and no one has done a breakthrough to be able to run robotaxi anywhere or in any weather. These companies don’t have the marketing chops of Musk. Musk is a genius in marketing and selling dreams

Mentions:#GM

This exact same paragraph with different nouns was said at the top if theor last boom cycle, as well as the boom cycle before it. Dude, they have an 80% GM. That will not last, and profits will tank, and PE will tank. It happens to every major hype growth stock in a bubble, including NVDA in the past multiple times. This time is not different

Mentions:#GM#NVDA

It's got a $16B market cap and lost almost $6B last year. I feel like they are at the same point where Tesla was a decade ago... right on the cusp between success and total failure. Unlike Tesla, they don't have the first mover advantage. So even if they successfully navigate those issues, they likely won't skyrocket like Tesla did. As for the number of their trucks on the road... they are the third biggest selling EV truck right now behind the Ford F150 Lightning and the Cybertruck... both of which have surpassed Rivian within the last year. The numbers from Q1 show a drop in new registrations of over 50%. I've thought for a few years (since they were valued similarly to GM & Stellantis) that their most likely future is to be purchased by a legacy manufacturer.

Mentions:#EV#GM

Lol i know. Especially with a brain dead figure head in charge of the country that actively tries to act like Musk and his companies dont exist. “Lets bring EVs to America” like the number 1 selling car world wide wasnt an American Made EV already lol. Or calling GM the leader in EVs. Laughable. But it is interesting this is exactly what Musk has been calling for, for years now.

Mentions:#EV#GM

I suppose an early awareness could create an edge. However, knowing the death impact of each passenger might be a better niche. For example: A plane full of nobodies vs key exec for Lockheed or GM or TSLA. Or Government official with huge country influence where shorting a whole country say like S. Korea or Canada as mayhem in terms of continuity might be expected. That could be advantageous but one would have to have some sort doomsday Algorithm pre-programmed to take action. I’m more of panic sell, let the dust settle and then jump in. I made big money after Exxon Valdez, BP’s Deepwatet Horizon, certain military technologies like sonar and vehicle armor after 9/11 and Covid. The big action was buying back into the market near the bottom when everybody still thought the world was ending. Usually the trends ie (free fall stopping)had already been established. I think Fidelity has a fund that’s completely managed by Algorithms. It does ok but not as well Fidelity Contra!

Mentions:#GM#TSLA#BP

Tesla is up 0.88% for the year. GM is up 30.7% for the year. Assumption Made: Tesla is overvalued and should be shorted. 👍

Mentions:#GM

I hate reading posts about Toyota and GM and VW not trading at the same P/E as Tesla. Make an electric car that doesn't suck dick!!!!!!

Mentions:#GM

Forgot this was /r/stockmarket which is filled with amateurs. P/E ratio isn't as relevant for innovative companies with high R&D. Ford and GM have a low P/E. Why aren't people buying those shares up by your logic? Because they lack any innovation for future growth. P/E is one of the most useless metrics today because tech changes very quickly.

Mentions:#GM

People like you have been repeating this for at least a decade now. You don't seem to follow the company as heavily as other people do so you seem to speak casually of it. I've been investing in Tesla for over a decade. I've seen the company go from $1b in sales to what will be be $100b in revenue this year. Name me a meme company doing $100b in sales every year making a profit on selling vehicles that other automakers lose tens of billions selling. You can't, because you have zero clue what you are talking about. The automarket is low growth. That's why no one invests in Ford and GM. Low growth, low margins. Tesla is rapidly expanding into robotics and self-driving because the margins and utility of these is more profitable than assembling vehicles. It's funny because it took Tesla 12 years to sell 1 million vehicles. In the past four years, they sold 5 million vehicles. So you're claiming growth doesn't matter. Name me a brand new company selling vehicles that has that kind of growth. People like you seem to miss big investment opportunities for a reason. Busy hating but having little knowledge of the company. Shorts aren't trying to short Tesla because they routinely lose a lot of money shorting Tesla, lol. It hasn't gone well for shorts shorting Tesla. Again, no clue what you are talking about. The guy launches the largest space rockets in human history into space. Also, reusable. To doubt the man at this point is just sheer hate and/or ignorance. NASA doesn't hand out billions of $ to companies out of whim. SpaceX routinely gets these contracts. Elon is one great meme pumper if he's able to get all of this.

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GM calls are looking like free money

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Once upon a time the exact same things were said about ATT and GM… Just don’t get complacent!

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Isn't that true for like every car manufacturer? Tesla, Rivian, Ford, Nikola, GM (and prolly many others) annoucened their deliveries last week but earnings are this or next month?

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Well it’s also backed by the govt. So it realistically going to be saved by Congress. Just like how GM got bailed. And they still make shit boxes 🤣

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Just remember; GM invested in Nikola

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I agree, I currently don’t believe in any EV companies aside from TSLA and large, well-established auto manufacturers launching EV’s (GM, ford, MB, VW). Rivian is maybe the only outlier I’d consider, but I’m still not touching it with a 10-ft pole

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There were mutual funds that actually made money during the 1930s depression. From the outset, after 1929, the market began to recover albeit slowly. People invested in Ford, GM, Chrysler, photographics, oil, and several other stocks made money.

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23M Total for investment 25,000 Currently have 21,430 invested Rest in 5% APR bank account Income 80k USA current holdings AAPL : 6 shares average $209.27 up 8.23% stop loss on this and mostly all of them tbh VUG 7 shares up 2.8% so far JEPQ: 7 shares up 1.86% SPY 2 shares up 1.59% QYLD up 1.9% AMZN up 6.5% GM up 8.6% KO up 7% F up 7.5% LTM down 2.32% I also am debating on joining my works 401k program but only get 50% match up on my first 6% So 3% of my salary match and I don’t like the idea of having to wait for my money tbh. Need 2 more years with the company to be 100% vested I don’t know if I’ll be around that long lowkey.

Did you know that Goldman Sachs is working to offload its [Apple Card and GM Card portfolio along with its consumer savings accounts](https://www.cnbc.com/select/apple-seeks-to-end-its-credit-card-partnership-with-goldman-sachs/)? I'm not worried about the Apple Card as Apple owns the portfolio. Here's an [article on their work to offload the GM Card](https://www.reuters.com/business/finance/goldman-talks-unload-gm-credit-card-partnership-barclays-wsj-reports-2024-04-30/). My wife and I both have Apple Cards and my wife has a GM Card. Goldman recently [sold its consumer investing service to Betterment](https://finance.yahoo.com/news/goldman-sells-marcus-invest-accounts-050000720.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAIDKBQ0qpDJqGJYTipC8-6ISyw3QQINfTLEINcq0cLQEjaaDQx13_jAS4N-Eb5JM15DlWIPeP_t0-4_Z0k0ZA3nw3oP_uHVHKCAzhwuI76IY8ye0MLwsbAXT5l2r9ELLA61S8sT77wVWX3K7T-OxRdnuh4sL049m7wylZYvDuhtc). Bottom line, I would dump Marcus and pursue a better option. I [recently reviewed three](https://www.reddit.com/r/investing/comments/1dd3rcf/comparing_fintech_cash_accounts/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web3x&utm_name=web3xcss&utm_term=1&utm_content=share_button).

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And despite this they have been, are, and will be extraordinarily profitable. They could make down their whole inventory by 20% and it would raise their PE to maybe 4 or 5? To put it another way, they could issue a one time debt financed dividend of twice their market cap and still have a better debt to equity ratio that GM that weirdly has a higher valuation. Ya, the inventory thing is a misstep but how much ought that discount a company? They have a thriving PEV business, they are the only mainstream manufacturer making money on EVs and they have all sorts of optionality with their brands, for instance the plan is to hit a 20% gross margin on the Maserati brand and sell it. Even if it is only valued at half of Ferrari’s PE that would be a crazy windfall. In a world where Costco has a PE of what? 52? I feel that Stellantis ought to be higher that 3 or 4…..

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10% on everything, 60% on Mexican and Chinese imports. The latter two will really screw the US economy, we obtain so much food from Mexico, as well as car parts AND full cars for most US made brands. GM, Ford and Stellantis products will on average see a HUGE price markup, good luck buying repair parts for those vehicle brands too. Used Foreign Cars, from Europe, South Korea and Japan will sky rocket in value, mostly because the majority of repair parts will be from those regions too, meaning a roughly 10% increase in pricing. (This is all back of the envelope reasoning, it's going to be more complex, but the effects will be big time shit for the average American.) Independent studies show that the Average income American will end up paying somewhere near $6000 more per year because of Tariffs than they would under the existing tax code. The very wealthy will see MASSIVE, beyond anything they ever saw before drops in their tax rate, as this is a consumption tax to end all consumption taxes.

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Well to solve fsd using Tesla's method you need a giant fleet of cars to collect data, a giant server farm to process it, millions of specialised in car computers and a really good team of software engineers. Waymos approach can't scale. Google and Microsoft would have the tech but not the cars. Ford, GM, VW etc have the cars and not the tech. I agree with you others will make competing systems. However it's an incredibly hard project which would take years.

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It’s a car company with $700B market cap. More than GM, Ford, and Toyota put together. And it’s mooning right now because the numbers recently released were only bad instead of being a dumpster fire. It’s a meme stock at this point lmao.

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You didn't understand the announcement at all. That's what the headlines say but did you even read the other numbers? > You know because fundamentals wise they dropped 4.7% YoY By that logic, $F and $GM should be rallying but they aren't. If it was as simple as increase/decrease in YoY numbers then everyone would be rich. Educate yourself instead of blindly calling something you don't understand a "cult".

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The world's foremost pump and dump scheme. Musk's bullshit visions about his supposed pathway to full autonomy is just a bunch of trumped up horse@#% intended to drive his stock multiples. He'd be better suited focusing on putting together a product pipeline. The cybertruck is hot garbage, his legacy models don't work in the winter, his unit sales are down year over year while GM and Ford are seeing increases, Hertz is fire selling its entire fleet and he's given away the Chinese market. He's no closer to full autonomy than OpenAI is to AGI. it's all a bunch of smoke and mirrors not unlike the bogus $100B+ valuation of SpaceX.

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Thanks this is very insightful. Holding LT on the big MSOs with most aspirations and confidence in CRLBF. I’m going to also look at GM/Revenue for gross margin data.

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GM has been down for 4 years...

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it absolutely is. I worked at papa johns as a highschooler, and I can tell you that the only time that I gave AF about watching portion sizes was when the dickhead manager was around. when it wasn't the dickhead GM and was the chill manager, we were just putting on whatever the fuck we felt like. too much, too little, whatever. you're never going to have the minimum wage employees give a fuck about portion sizes. and if you want to pay more to try to get your employees to care, then you lose money from that. so as a restaurant owner, you basically just get fucked. this is why whenever capitalism and technology finally figure out how to make consistently reliable animatronic robots, you'd better believe that they will be replacing fast food workers. don't need to pay for labor and you can get more consistent servings? companies like CMG will be frothing at the mouths for those

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Which P/E GAAP or Non GAAP. I would think it depends on where the company is. I know many great investors who believe more in Price to FCF than E. There are also other metrics like ROIC and how much the company invests back in the business to grow it even bigger while the Gross Margin keeps growing. I would be concerned with companies having very high P/E and low GM and growth is slowing. That is a sign of them being grossly overvalued. So in nutshell it is a metric but cannot just look in isolation.

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TSLA big green NIO big green XPEV big green LI big green RIVN flat F flat GM flat Everything big green has some kind of FSD, everything flat is just a car company trash. Means, this is the Ai/Robotaxi pump and it will last at least until 8/8. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

Ford's stock price has barely moved in 3-4 decades. GM similar since bankruptcy in GFC. I refused to get tricked by temporary good news by American auto companies. Fool me once shame on you... fool me - I won't get fooled again!

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