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    John
    John
    How can TSLA make the model 3 price cheaper than the bolt and have it built in Nevada by American workers with 100% parts and labor. Just can not understand why pumpers hate a new car company using American Labor and parts. The bolt is only 42% American parts but assembled in Detroit The base price of the bolt is over 2,000 higher than model 3. What gives?
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    John
    John
    Pumpers hate TSLA the first all American car company in over 70 years. The model 3 which launched this month has rear wheel drive or all wheel drive. You can have a regular car or a hatchback You get to choose 3 sizes of engines. With the Bolt you get no choices like that. All 3 of TSLA engines go further on a charge. Maybe pumpers are UAW members who hate non union.
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    Ginger
    Ginger
    Interesting that Wall Street has done its best to bury the Fact that Berkshire Hathaway increased its position in Gm!
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    John
    John
    Ginger is the new star pumper of the month. GM up a whole 75 cents from their IPO price $35.00 on November 18 2010 She is so very proud to have gained less than 10 cents a year as most stocks at least doubled as DJIA went from 7000 to 22,000 as GM gained less than 10 cents a year. Maybe she should by Sears and J.C Penny to round out her pick of DUDS!
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    Ginger
    Ginger
    According to Berkshire Hathaway's 13 F they bought 10 mil shares of GM.
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    Andrew
    Andrew
    The proof is in the pudding. Need to see inventory go the right direction before reinvesting.
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    John
    John
    When GM IPO on November 18 2010 at $35.00 GM went underwater that day. DJIA went from 7,000 to 22,000 and GM gained a whole 67 cents in the 8 years since than. Most stocks doubled or tripled but GM has gained a whole 67 cents or about 8 cents a year. Hope you pumpers are proud you gained so little! Than you pump how great this small amount is.
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    Andrew
    Andrew
    GM sold 30,000 fewer cars in the quarter, with much of the decline driven by lower sales to rental car agencies. At the end of June, it had a 105-day supply of cars, above the 90-day supply it told investors to expect back in April. The company said second-quarter U.S. dealer inventories jumped 273,000 versus the same period in 2016.
    GM plans to cut North American production by 150,000 vehicles in the second half of 2017 from the first, CFO Stevens told reporters.

    What are these facts you speak of Percy?
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    T
    T
    Wow, an actually up day? Time to sell and take profits before the next drop begins. Inventory is increasing while sales are falling. Great investment if you want to loose 20% over the next 6- 8 months.
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    osulindrool
    osulindrool
    Johny wanted GM die so badly that he will have the taste of it.

    $72
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    John
    John
    Great Wall china and other car companies in China are looking at the possibility buy Chrysler Fiat. If they buy this company will they be able to build a better car that is more reliable and in better designed than what is offered. It will have to be something a American would want to buy. We will have to wait and see what develops. Will the UAW object? Time will tell.
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    harry
    harry
    gm pays its divi next month
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    Thomas
    Thomas
    he Chevrolet Bolt EV, assembled in Detroit at GM’s Orion plant, offers a perfect example. Since the car has a Korean-built drivetrain and battery, Bolt scored only 42.5 out of 100 on the Kogod School’s Made in America Auto Index for 2017.
    How come the Model 3, which has more than double the "Made in USA" content, has an MSRP that is $2500 cheaper than its GM (Daewoo) rival?
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    John
    John
    In a dealers showroom salesmen try to push this car. They put it as the first car you have to get in the door. If you look at it they never mention that in order to charge it you have to buy a charging station for $1,500 and than pay a electrician to install it
    No wonder they only sell at most 2000 a month. The Chevy Vega a dud sold many times more and Gm did lose 5000 on every sale.
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    Percy
    Percy
    To the poster "T"...

    Here's a post of his/hers late last week:
    "Wouldn't want to be long this stock into the weekend. Something happens in N. Korea and this stock will open down 5% Monday."

    Ah yes, "IF" investing...
    Nothing did happen and shares are up over 1.5% today. Even if something did happen, the entire market takes a hit, like last week. So, shorty, why are you singling out GM shares for what happens in North Korea?

    LOL!!
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    John
    John
    Ginger if you are so afraid that GM news is buried as you say it is on Yahoo than it should be time for you to switch to somewhere that GM news is treated as gold. There is plenty of other sites you can pick and than we will not hear you complaining about how GM news is always buried.
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    John
    John
    Every three months GM executives get millions of free bonus shares of GM stock. It does not matter if GM stock goes up or down. Does not matter what kind of profit GM has. They just get free shares They than sell their shares and GM has to buy them back. It sure hurts the shareholders because now there are more millions of shares added to their bottom line.
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    John
    John
    A Tesla story for Mark. jeye
    The Tesla bonds will be even lower-rated than Netflix, with B3/B ratings from Moody's and S&P, 5-6 notches below investment grade. Moody's noted that while the company had significant long-term equity potential, it also carries meaningful near-term credit risk given its ambitious production ramp. Therein lies the rub. Tesla is commanding an extraordinarily high market multiple (something like 50x enterprise value/trailing 12 months' EBITDA), but its cash burn will require additional leverage to fund operating deficits or dilutive equity raises. As has been well chronicled, the company has a higher market capitalization than the $50 billion General Motors (NYSE:GM) or the $42 billion Ford (NYSE:F). At $9-10 billion, the two automakers each produced as much free cash flow in the last twelve months as Tesla generated in revenues.
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    John
    John
    15 minutes into trading GM up 35 cents TSLA up over 8 dollars. Pumpers never pick a stock that makes a ton of money for investors. They pick a bankrupt company that imports over half of what they sell. GM never says made in USA! Gm buys from wherever they can it it the cheapest!
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    Mark
    Mark
    CNBC talking about MAVEN right now in an interview....
    So see how much you get on this....