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There's an article in this weeks Barrons magazine, that states GM has serious cash flow problems stemming from its underfunded pension plan. The article predicts GM will have to cut its dividend. Of course if GM does, the share price will plummet to the low twentys or teens.

I find low twenties or teens based on this alone to be a very unlikely scenario, but that's just my opinion. After all, the underfunding of the pension plan has gotten a lot of press attention - and should therefore already be reflected in the stock price.
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