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Forget about the reason why the stock is cheap for a second and let’s just focus on the consequence of being labeled a permanently cheap stock.
Many investors have stuck around with General Motors (NYSE:GM) since it looks like an extremely cheap stock.
I don’t think I need to remind everyone that shareholders of the old General Motors lost everything in the financial crisis.
For a cyclical stock like General Motors, it makes sense to pay out as much as possible through dividends when times are good.
If the management revises its capital return program to favor dividends over share buybacks we may see some shorts covering.
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Ford Versus General Motors: Has Anything Changed? – General Motors Company (NYSE:GM)
I examine each stock’s value as a stable, growth, value, and dividend investment based on a wide number of metrics.
In this article, I review Ford Motor Company and General Motors to determine which stock is currently the best long-term buy.
Revenue GrowthBoth companies have seen decent growth over the past several years, but Ford’s growth has been slightly better.
Stock Price GrowthAs you have already seen, GM has outperformed Ford recently in terms of stock price, the same holds true when looking at the past five years.
Return on Invested CapitalThe same is true for ROIC with GM having a 10.69% value, more than double Ford’s value of 4.87%.
as declared in During the past 10 bars, there have been 6 white candles and 4 black candles for a net of 2 white candles.
General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) Heffx Technical AnalysisOverall, the bias in prices is: Sideways.
During the past 50 bars, there have been 25 white candles and 25 black candles.
Similarly, if the candle appears during a breakout above a resistance area, the long white candle adds credibility to the breakout.
CandlesticksA big white candle occurred.