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Discussion in 'Stock Message Boards NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX' started by Stockaholic, Mar 31, 2016.
Yes, it's a great story. We moved to their state last year and were at the Museum-great!
Ford has made a few good moves, with regard to moving to electrification. They have also made some bad ones.
Of the big three, I believe Ford is the least viable in the evolution of transportation but that is based on my subjective assessment of their ability to adapt, not their engineering prowess.
Long term, I would bet against Ford, were I a gambling man.
Medium term, it will come down to who gets the opposed piston engine first. I don't understand the slow play on this. They should be racing to acquire this technology first, like their business depends on it, because it does.
Things I've learned: The sun will always rise, the rain will eventually stop, if someone gives you the creeps you should avoid them, and Ford will **ALWAYS** recover eventually.
I was too spooked to load up when it was low, just held my shares. Damn.
So, every few weeks on some message board or another, I'll hear this rumor....about how Tesla wants to join forces with another car manufacturer.
Yeah, yeah, holy longshot, Batman! But with my luck I'd finally sell F right before The Big Announcement.
Hey, a girl can dream....
From $5 to $11 over the past year, is F the sneaky car maker making its move?
I'd be careful with autos right now. Big time chip shortage shutting down manufacturing globally
I like F better in the single digits anyway
Come on Ford...sell off harder!
Are we expecting a broader market sell off ?
This is on my wish list.
I bought F few days ago for 11,58. Just after i read news about EV Ford cars. I thought why not. Buy a few stocks just to see how would turn. Now stands 11,44.
I feel F is overlooked and has a lot of catching up to do, but will be a big player in the EV market.
Don't worry. I've been red in Ford for more than a year (should've paid more attention to the highs, but whatever....) but I'm starting to see gains again. If they start paying a dividend again, I'll be happy.
And the sheer number of Fleet vehicles I see made by Ford.....
It's really a no-brainer. I told two of my younger investing friends "Trust me; when you see Ford around 2, 3 bucks, back the truck up and thank me later."