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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.
Immortal stock, too big to fail, + dividend. Will likely outpace the market at it's current levels.
A solid performer with a dividend (a big bonus for me) and good management. Plus they owe NOTHING to the government
The basic argument is fairly simple: increasing global wealth + increasing global population + increasing global urbanization = more drivers. As long as Ford can continue to innovate and captivate global drivers with its portfolio of automobiles, Ford will continue to be an important economic player. I grew up in a family that loved Ford because, "Ford is American." Although I understood the patriotic feelings, I also felt like other manufacturers did a much better job with respect to reliability and value (Honda, Toyota). Fast-forward to today, and I am sometimes surprised by the quality improvements in Ford's vehicles. After recently driving a brand new Ford Explorer around, I almost laughed as I remembered our lemon Ford Taurus from the 90s. It's amazing to think that Ford made both of those cars: one, the engineers must have been sleeping half the time while the other shows true dedication to creating a high-quality automobile. Luckily for shareholders, the change between those two has been in the correct direction. As long as Ford continues to produce quality cars that appeal to the mass market, Ford will remain relevant as an automaker. There's a reason that Ford's creditors made significant bets on the company: they saw an inner potential in Ford that could be realized through the right management team. As long as Management continues to be good stewards of the company's assets, I'll put my money on Ford.
cheap oil. new f150 sales will boom. of the big three it's the most well run and frankly they make a nice product. I would not doubt that ford rises 30%
New CEO, plunging Oil prices for now, shrinking where it is not profitable and investing in the America's favorite car (F- series). Downgrading their production units in seek of efficiency not to mention how the company had been bleeding in the last years.
ford should outperform based on new strategy and the price of oil in the market.
The new F150 is hitting the market right when gas prices are hitting lows. Perfect timing. The stock is even down after a not great report, giving a good price.
Bought June 2015 $16 call options for 0.33 First let me say I've never wanted a trunk and I definitely don't need a truck but I kind of want to buy an 2015 F-150! For me that feeling is worth more than hours of research. The truck looks awesome and has been getting five star reviews. Having said that, I'm in research mode now. I just listened to the conference call and will be buying more on Monday. One headwind is the stronger dollar but if they can compete on price, I think they will sell a lot of trucks! http://youtu.be/_4eTXBqFR1s
I like the gas miles the ford going to get next year models
North American leader in hybrid technology. Once they get their quality issues sorted out sales will go up.
OK, the sky is not falling, Ford is not dead. The only American auto maker to not go under during the recession still has life. The 2015 F150 is an industry game changer. Hybrid technology is industry leading and the two technologies (aluminum body and hybrid engines) will lead the way in achieving the mpg standards of the future. The new ceo is no stranger to the company ( remember when Apple was done after Jobs died) and will capably lead the way. 52 week lows and a sustainable dividend. Count me in.
F is taking a long term view. They have a very good new product line and have sacrificed their near term numbers with an investment in the future. Also they are making inroads into the Chinese market. IfIf Europe's economy turns around this will be a pleasant addition as well.
The market overreacted to the recall and guidance cut back. This company is going to continue to turn out great products for years to come.
Undervalued. oversold. low p/e
Short term drop post quarterly earnings report. Good entry point.
Ford has demonstrated that it can survive in the global market. However, the competition is fierce. The new CEO need time to refine its operations and product line. I have owned the stock in the past and will be looking at it again as a long term play.
4% selloff today implies the possibility of buying at a low; in addition, aluminum F-150 pickup truck with huge MPG increase looks like a winner. Collect 3.5% dividend while you wait.
Ford is quietly moving forward into the future with their products. Ford is outpacing the industry in technology and future technologies. Issues Ford needs to overcome in the near future:1. Automate and modernize their manufacturing facilities. 2. Build plants in manufacturing friendly states.3. Increase worker productivity4. Change draconian work rules4. Increase quality and pride5. Greater employee involvement in innovation6. Significantly change/improve worker-company relationship 7. Dilute the power of the union while improving worker conditions and compensationOtherwise Ford will go the way of the other automobile manufacturers in the USA.
buying the dip at 3% yield, speculating a run to 18 could happen soon maybe.
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