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Why the 'Big Money' Still Believes in Auto Stocks

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U.S. auto sales were up big in 2014 and are expected to stay strong in 2015:

Oil prices have collapsed and are expected to stay low, fueling demand for pickup trucks, SUVs and RVs...

The average age of the U.S. auto fleet is at a record high 11.4 years while the average age of a full-size pickup truck is an even older 12.5 years according to industry analysts Polk....

Auto financing is readily available...

Indeed, all the signs of a boom time for the American auto industry appear aligned, yet auto stocks are trading at depressed values compared to the rest of the stock market.

Are auto stocks ripe to buy, or are they simply an investor's value trap? Here's the real answer...

Thursday’s Hot Stocks to Watch Include AMZN, MSFT, GM, Airlines, and More

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Several airlines report earnings Thursday, including American Airlines, United Continental Holdings, Southwest Airlines, Alaska Air Group, and JetBlue Airways.

Today's hot stocks to watch also include a couple of tech heavyweights, a key automaker, a pair of drug giants, and more.

Here’s our full list of eight stocks that will be on the move today as earnings season continues…

TSLA, DRI, ULTA and GM Lead Stock Market News Today

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Stock market news today, September 12, 2014: A light economic schedule that includes an update on U.S. retail prices is in store today (Friday). In Europe, gold prices were down a little more than $1 per ounce, while Brent crude prices were up more than $1 a barrel. Investors grow more cautious ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting next week - many have suggested the central bank will take a more hawkish approach toward interest rates at the Federal Open Market Committee meeting. Despite the concern, the U.S. dollar is at a six-year high against the Yen.

Here’s a list of the top stories in Friday’s stock market news…

Blues for a Blue Chip: General Motors Needs to Go Further

Last year, GM sold 2.8 million cars and truck.

Many on Wall Street and in the mainstream financial media are saying this is a "buy" opportunity.

And The New York Times recently spun slightly increased sales as a huge victory for the company.

Now you know that I'm a GM guy. So you know that I'm not making this next statement lightly.

I just can't join along with Wall Street's talk of a turnaround.

You should not look on GM's recall problems as a new buying opportunity. In fact, you should avoid this stock.

And today, I'm going to tell you exactly why adding GM to your portfolio right now would be a bad decision.

It hurts to do so, but I feel I owe it to you...

Our New Best Stocks to Buy List Focuses on Commodities, Small Caps, Dividends

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While commodities have been dominating our best stocks to buy lists lately, that's not the only asset hitting our radar...

Our new best stocks list includes a blue chip giant that's beating the broader market by roughly 50%, five small-cap stocks on the rise, and one generic drug-maker to buy now.

Get these, plus a full-year outlook on dividend stocks, in this roundup...

Guess Who Responded to Our "Warning" Column on General Motors (NYSE: GM)


Our warning column on General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) really seemed to resonate with you folks.

It generated a lot of emotion, eliciting some personal experiences from and even a few suggestions that we recommend "shorting" the stock.

But it wasn’t just our subscribers who responded to that analysis. We also received a very strong response from GM itself. Take a look…

Here's What the Recalls Mean for GM Stock


I cannot overstate what a big role General Motors (NYSE: GM) has played in my life. So, it saddens me when I see the headlines about recalls over the past few years - this year alone, about 29 million worldwide.

Many on Wall Street and in the mainstream financial media are saying this is a "Buy" opportunity.

But the truth is, this recall situation does not bode well for GM stock…

General Motors (NYSE: GM) Stock Shakes Off Latest Recalls – For Now

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Yesterday (Monday), General Motors (NYSE: GM) recalled 8.45 million more vehicles. The latest round means GM has set a new record for U.S. automaker vehicle safety fixes in a calendar year at 29 million - it's now recalled nearly 3% of the world's total cars.

Here’s where General Motors stock is headed in the coming months – and when investors should look to cash in on a GM stock “sweet spot”…

How to Play General Motors (NYSE: GM) Stock Amid Recall Disaster

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General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) announced another set of recalls this week that brings the company's 2014 recall total to 44, covering nearly 18 million vehicles.

But amid the continuing recall fiasco, GM stock has actually gained 5% in the last three months. So does that make GM stock a buy now?

Money Morning's Defense and Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson joined FOX Business' "Varney & Co." today (Tuesday) and discussed how he would play GM stock given the recent news and the stock's performance.

Take a look...

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Why General Motors (NYSE: GM) Stock Is a "Great Buy" Now


Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani made some unconventional calls on General Motors (NYSE: GM) stock and Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) stock in a Wednesday afternoon appearance on FOX Business' "Varney & Co."

Shah told Varney that GM stock is now a "great buy," but the real surprise is what he had to say about Apple stock.

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Watch Shah make his case to Varney in the video clip below.

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UPDATE: General Motors (NYSE: GM) Recall Is a "Legacy Issue for Years to Come"


UPDATE: A study released Thursday night by a public interest group, The Center for Auto Safety, claims that there were 303 deaths in recalled General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) cars in which airbags did not deploy. The study examined federal data to reach its conclusion.

What's more, the group's report states that GM intentionally misrepresented raw information about the crashes.

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