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Ford is Doomed!!



November 30, 2010 – Comments (6) | RELATED TICKERS: F

Given the share price slippage so far this week in front of what says is going to be really good November Car Sales, one has to wonder what is going on?  Why are investors shorting/slamming/putting  the Ford Stock below $16.00 now?

Here's my theory:

A)  Sales of the VOLT are so darn good that this vehicle is apparently the only vehicle shoppers want to buy anymore.  Therefore,  FORD is going to report a sales figure of NOTHING in December.

Or.... Perhaps this is what's in store:

B)  Alan Mullaly resigns as C.E.O. declaring that all earnings reports, financial documents, and sales figures were completely made up SATYAM style  (SAY)!!!!

Or...... Perhaps the explanation for the share price slippage is this....

C)  Standard and Poor's is correcting their last Share Price target for FORD because it was a TYPO.  They did not mean to say (F) Ford should have a $18.00 price target.  They actually meant $1.80.  The darn decimal point was misplaced.

Of course... I think we all know the actual reason is this:

D)  The Amount of money the General Motors UAW earned off the IPO was enough to short (F) Ford Stock down to ZERO thus finally eliminating one of their competitors once and for all!!!!!  Muahahahahahahahah.

Of course..... It could just mean the lingering excitement over General Motors IPO is still present and some Ford investors are still switching over to become GM investors.

6 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On November 30, 2010 at 6:09 PM, EnigmaDude (60.92) wrote:

OR, it could be that investors prefer Tatas to Fords!


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#2) On November 30, 2010 at 8:05 PM, devoish (65.42) wrote:

Perhaps investors are taking profits to buy their significant other a new BMW?

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#3) On December 01, 2010 at 11:01 AM, lemoneater (57.10) wrote:

I have TTM. I almost bought F but didn't have available cash when the price was good.

I wouldn't buy more GM on principle. Besides as a taxpayer, I already bought some :(.

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#4) On December 01, 2010 at 7:35 PM, NOTvuffett (< 20) wrote:


I think these are the real reasons (in no particular order of magnitude):

Some retail investors interested in the sector shifted funds from F to GM just because of interest in the IPO.

Ford took on debt to avoid possibility of failure.

GM will not have to pay taxes on tens of billions of dollars of profits and that will give them a competitive advantage.

Like lemoneater, I won't buy GM on principle. Cars or stock.  Taxpayers really got the shaft :(.  The disclosure that they wouldn't have to pay taxes on profits was the last straw for me.  I have no particular interest in this market segment, but I bought some F just because I was so pissed off.  Ford's numbers aren't bad.  I would wager that alot of people feel as I do, I will not buy another GM car.


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#5) On December 07, 2010 at 9:51 PM, soycapital (< 20) wrote:

Me too GM stock or vehicles? NOT going to happen. Ford all the way. Ford management good, they will provide!

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