Matthew DeBord:

“Analysts are highly numerous, young, and they performed beautifully [in college],” he said. “They can look at sea of numbers, but they don’t really understand the business.”
 Is he right?
 Quite possibly.
 Wall Street likes volatility, and GM isn’t a company that’s designed to deliver it, either in the markets or the marketplace. The company controls about 20% of the U. market for cars and trucks, pretty much divides the highly profitable full-size pickup truck segment with Ford, and continues to have a very broad portfolio of vehicles — something for just about everybody.