As it stated in Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F ) is one of the great American companies and has rebounded quite nicely since the auto industry bailout.
Until then, however, I expect F stock to continue spinning its wheels.
F Stock Technicals Not EncouragingFrom a technical standpoint, Ford stock has been holding steady at its 50-day moving average for more than a month, but that average has barely budged since January.
Ford Stock Spinning Its WheelsValue investors will argue that Ford sets up well for a grand comeback, citing the stock’s 11 trailing price-to-earnings ratio and 7.4 forward P/E.
But Ford stock has been stuck in the mud for years.
referring to If the Fed continues on its aggressive rate hike plans, Ford Motor may represent a compelling short opportunity.
Ford Motor represents an excellent short opportunity for 2017 due to the multi-faceted threat of rate hikes and dollar appreciation – a challenge the company is uniquely ill-suited to address.
A higher risk-free rate and the threat of Trump’s protectionism adds on to the headwind for Ford stock.
In addition, Ford’s dividend, while high, is not particularly well covered by the company’s net income.
However, Ford’s dividend is not adequate compensation for the risks of holding this stock compared to alternatives in the market.
Which Ford Motor Company Car Had a BMW Engine?
referring to It was this motor, built in a joint operation by BMW and builder-for-hire Magna Steyr in Austria, that Ford plugged into the Continental and Mark VII.
The only alternative that made any sense was the diesel engine.
Back in the mid-70s, BMW engineers had developed the M21 diesel engine to compete with Mercedes-Benz and Peugeot, the two automakers that dominated the European diesel market.
American companies needed a diesel solution that would work for a Silverado or an Oldsmobile Station wagon.
They started with the standard BMW M20 straight-six engine, but installed new valves, pistons and crankshaft, and planted a turbocharger on top.
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