Discussion in 'Stocks' started by krazykarl, Nov 16, 2010.
Let the circus begin.
More GM hype IPO threads, does it ever end. I hope everyone does realize this company was public before and the only reason its going public again is because of the billions in bailout money it received from the taxpayer.
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How can this Government controlled and operated organization not be considered in the same realm as a US treasury investment?
No matter what they do they have a controlling investor who brings the full faith and force of our federal government. a 3/1 split before the IPO...
They can only fail if the US fails and the dollar collapses. They get t have new tax treatment letters issued by the US treasury especially for their investors for deferring income and providing other advantages not available to any other class of stock investment.
You do realize that nearly every other global car maker(all the Japanese, Korean, Chinese, etc.) has received subsidies, yearly, from their governments? GM getting a bailout is just the US playing catchup to what the other governments were already doing.
15% is looking to be a decent bet.
Government will pump the stock till all shares are sold and get his debt back from GM and then who cares, it will tumble again. 14 billion out of 20 billion will go to paying debt. Basically those who buy the shares now are just paying GM debt to the government and will not get any value out of it. Once again, Hyundai, Toyota, Honda will crush GM. Did I mention Tata?
I did not mention that after 2 years, we can have GM-2 public offering. A new company with new restructuring plans
can someone explain this to my simple mind. The former shares are worthless correct, but the new shares are worth 35.65 or so?
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