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The Biggest Risks for Every GM Investor

Knowing the risks facing any company you invest in is always tremendously important. For many General Motors (NYSE: GM  ) investors, it can be easy to see some of the headlines about short-term factors such as new and innovative companies, like Tesla Motors (NASDAQ: TSLA  ) , that could potentially be disruptors in the auto industry. But in this video, Motley Fool analyst Blake Bos tells us that GM's risks are really something wholly different, and may surprise you.

It's true that decades of mismanagement of General Motors led to a painful bankruptcy in 2009, but it emerged a leaner, stronger company. GM's turnaround, however, is still a work in progress. Investors around the world are wondering if GM has what it takes to reclaim its former glory. John Rosevear has put together a brand-new premium research report telling you what you need to know about GM and its turnaround. If you own or are thinking about owning GM, then you don't want to miss this report. Click here now to get started.

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    All smoke and mirrors when it comes to GM, If they are so good where is the money they owe taxpayers, 40-50 BILLION REAL WORLD.

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The Motley Fool's industrials analyst, I specialize in 3-D printing and also do my best to stay up-to-date in the fields of robotics and oceanic transportation. Follow me on Twitter, Google+, and/or Facebook below for the most important 3-D printing industry developments and other great stories.

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