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Is General Motors a Risky Stock?

By John Rosevear - Apr 18, 2013 at 7:01AM

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GM isn't the most risky stock on the market, but it's still a turnaround story, and that turnaround could still go off the rails. Here's what to look out for.

Four years after its controversial taxpayer-funded bailout, General Motors' (GM -2.12%) turnaround looks like it's finally hitting its stride. But there's still a good chance that GM won't be able to emulate Ford's (F -2.56%) success. In this video, Motley Fool analyst John Rosevear explains some of the risks that could affect GM stock -- and explains clearly what to keep an eye on in coming quarters.

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$37.40 (-2.12%) $0.81
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F
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