Sectors out of favor since the financial crisis are outperforming defensive ones in the recent rally.
While the revived automaker has its luxury brand gleaming again, the stock remains one to be wary of.
Once best-known for its appeal to old people, the brand now leads the US auto industry's continuing revival.
Stocks are mixed as the Dow and S&P 500 have gained, but the tech-heavy Nasdaq is lagging.
Car sales declined 7% in 2012 and are so far dropping even more in 2013. Can easing policies induce sales?
A spokesman says comments the CEO made to The Wall Street Journal are a 'bit misleading.'
Don't expect the electric-car maker's profits to keep pace with its stock price.
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