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General Motors, Unloved and Misunderstood

Ever since the 2009 government bailout, stocks of General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) have been unfairly shunned upon and stigmatized. The notion of losing money from manufacturing locally made cars in the face of strong emerging market competition seems a foregone conclusion. In fact, since its emergence from bankruptcy and relisting on the New York Stock Exchange, the company’s stock price has fallen almost 30% from its IPO price of $33.

General Motors, Unloved and Misunderstood

However, despite the negativity surrounding the company, some of the world’s most prominent value investors, such as Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn, have staked their money on this storied American corporation.

According to Greenlight’s latest 13F filings, it currently owns $344 million worth of General Motors shares – taking up a sizable 5.4% of its total portfolio and ranking third in its long equity positions only after Apple Inc and Seagate Technology. Other famous investors with a sizable long position of the company include Frank Brosens’ event-driven hedge fund (Taconic Capital Advisors) and Fir Tree Partners.

The main argument some bullish investors are making is that General Motors have actually emerged from bankruptcy a stronger and healthier company. Compared to other legacy American car manufacturers, General Motors have had the opportunity to restructure its pension liabilities and negotiate better terms with union workers during the bankruptcy proceedings. General Motors will also be allowed to use its historical loss of US$18 billion as a tax credit – essentially avoiding paying federal taxes for the next ten years.

Products-wise, General Motors has a strong lineup of vehicles that is doing extremely well in terms of market share in many important markets. It has the number one market share in China and is ranked third in Brazil with the same metric. Both emerging markets are expected to drive automobile consumption in the world and GM’s resurgence in these markets is poised to not only sustain the company in the long-run, but also to re-establish itself as a true American manufacturing legend.

This article was originally written by SiHien Goh, and posted on Kapitall.

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