I think based on the charts and the history of this stock, it will most likely run to $20 within the coming 12 months. This is for investors who buy and hold and not for a day traders who will tend not to have the patience required for this stock. Altimately within few years, it could be in the range of $30-$45, we will witness a great success storey for GT.
It might have a short term pop in concert with the general market, however, the debt load is crushing, there's not enough cash flow to make much of a dent and there's nothing left to sell if they run into trouble again.
Your handle should say 'Cassandra' because you sound like a prophet of doom.
GT will do just fine - they are slowly improving their balance sheet and trying to reduce the debt burden. Yes, there will be occasional shocks along the way, like sudden increases in rubber prices etc. but they can manage through these disturbances. They are a much more lean company now, and fiscal discipline is a major focus for the management and the board.
While I don't think a "run to $20" is likely within a year, a return to the mid-teens is entirely possible if revenue & EPS performance continues to meet or beat targets.