GM: Ignore The Ratings And Buy Now

GM: Ignore The Ratings And Buy Now

There are 2 comments on the Seeking Alpha story from Jun 18, 2012, titled GM: Ignore The Ratings And Buy Now. In it, Seeking Alpha reports that:

At about $22 per share, General Motors is near its 52-week low of $19, which occurred in December.

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Mark Harmon

Panama City, FL

#1 Jun 19, 2012
this is easy money! Better buy now! after they pay back Obama 26 billion, and Ally 15 billion, and pension fund 24 billion,( which they never will ) and close those plants in Germany, this will be a huge money maker
Holy Ghost

United States

#2 Jun 20, 2012
A top economist said, " To buy a domestic auto will only hurt the economy. Money that would otherwise be spent on material goods will go towards repairs. Buying foriegn auto is the best option." OUCH!!!

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