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Tata Motors looks ready to print a breakout close, and two others are on the verge.
Chevrolet may be all-American, but a bulk of their sales happens overseas.
With just one model, Tesla is outselling Porsche, Volvo and other luxury cars during the first half of 2013 proving it is a real threat.
Japanese stocks have gotten rattled recently but still aren't great bargains.
Jim Cramer likes the U.S. auto stocks but he suggests investors wait before buying because of continued uncertainty in Europe.
Increase exposure to Japanese stocks that leverage 5% with yen move.
These large-caps all sport exceptional analyst estimates -- a metric well worth tracking.
As the Treasury exits its stake in General Motors, Jim Cramer is warming up to the stock.
General Motors loses its nickname government motors, while taxpayers lose billions as a result of GM buying back its stock from the Treasury.
Sometimes the best decision is to admit that certain stocks -- like autos now -- are just too difficult to decipher.
September car sales will be reported during the day. Chrysler leads the way with improved Fiat sales.
Investors must consider which stocks to sell or avoid as the stock market and economy continue to diverge.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, takes issue with GM coverage.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, declares GM back...in competition with Japan.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, warns GM traders that they had it right the first time.
Any boost the automakers get from the U.S. will be hurt by weakness from the rest of the world, says Jim Cramer.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, expounds on GM's desperate programs.
Car makers are still racking up double digit gains, but some worry they may soon slow.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, garrots GM earnings coverage.
Jim Cramer says a successful ad doesn't mean the company is successful. Dogs are the biggest winners.
The multiples may appear enticing but, considering these lingering issues, the stock still looks like a value trap.
The monthly numbers from the Labor Department will dominate the trading today.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk, happy with the IPO, won't be satisfied until his company mass produces electric cars.