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From its assembly lines in the early 1900s to the Mustang and the F-Series trucks, Ford is an American car-making icon.
Economy slows down in China. And international competitors are improving.
Aluminum Ford 150 sales will get stronger and stronger...
Quality of product
Ford has a strong lineup of new cars coming onto the market in the next two years and has been able to streamline manufacturing, which will help in the long run. When the European economy turns around, there will be a huge pent up demand for new cars that could turn the region from a financial disaster to a strong source of profit.
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new mergers in chinas growing demand for automobiles,growing financials accross the board
F is improving operations in Europe, opening a new car plant in China and bring out some great new products in North America (F150 and Mustang that are both going to be home runs)
Growth and a good dividend payer will attract shareholders
Opened a third plant in China
The Ford product continues to shine above competitors. Innovation in design, as well a technology, will keep this stock value growing.
low gas prices and new tech will help it perform better
well managed with exciting product line.
Gas is lower, people are making money, and want to up grade their cars and trucks.
F-150 still rules, and with gas prices lower and expected to stay low for some time the F-150 will continue to gain market share. Lincoln is getting Oscar type marketing and they have set themselves up to compete well with CTS from Cadillac as well as against high end foreign competitors. Their cost structure with fewer platforms and other cost effeciencies will drive net income.
Great value and F-150 should be big!
James Franco the actor was in a Ford commercial, so I am shorting this stock for life.
With the most popular big pickup, innovations like Ford Sync, and the backing of Americans that don't believe in bailouts, Ford will likely stay strong as the economy picks up and people begin to buy new cars again.
The price of oil has dropped, and the pressure has eased on better milage cars, so they will need to shift focus again, but time it correctly.
Dividend is $.60 Yield is 3.7
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