Ford Motor (F)
$5.98 0.10 (1.64%)
19:59 EDT F Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $5.98
Market Cap 23.41B
PE Ratio 3.10
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 62.45M
Day's Range 5.95 - 6.18
52-Week Range 3.96 - 10.56
Dividend & Yield 0.73 (12.21%)
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Failing to capture demand in its home market, Ford has pushed into other regions. But with the pandemic along with rising U.S.-China tensions, F stock finds itself grinding its gears.
Highly leveraged and with little wiggle room to emerge quickly from the coronavirus shutdown, the deck is stacked against F stock.
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The worst finally appears behind Ford, as the company cuts costs and its CEO goes all in. Buying F stock here allows for massive potential upside.
The company does have much liquidity. But the cost cutting is likely to hinder growth and competitiveness.
As Ford's automotive assembly lines restart, F stock should see a classic automaker's return to near-normalcy.
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F stock benefits from an upcoming launch of dozens of new products, ranging from SUVS to full-electric vehicles.
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Ford (F) earnings for the automotive company's first quarter of the year have F stock taking a beating after-hours Tuesday.
Ford is making the right moves. But unfortunately, there’s are still reasons why F stock may continue to struggle for the rest of the year.
With all the uncertainty in the air, you're probably better off waiting until the dust settles before jumping into F stock.
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