- GM, valued at $53B, is one of the few large cap stocks in the market that continues to trade at Great Recession levels across many metrics.
- A company not without recent troubles, new management and the enormous recalls allow for cleaning of house.
- Despite the supposed North American reputation hit, GMNA sales and average transaction prices (ATP) continue to rise, confusing analysts, journalists, and critics.
- Current troubles obscure the underlying earnings power of a business that sells ten million vehicles a year across six continents.
- Despite having been solidly profitable for several years, GM still seems to be priced as if it were struggling for survival.