Ford is a Family Controlled Company Investors should be aware of the behavior of family controlled firms when making investment decisions.
These are the exact type of long-term investments business owning families feel comfortable making.
The priority for the family (and in this case, the Ford family has much of their wealth tied up in Ford Motor Co.) is to make sure the company succeeds… long term.
The Ford family controls 40% of the voting shares.
The decision to turn Ford into both an auto manufacturing company and a mobility company is a good long-term decision.
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Ford Motor Company (F) Receiving Somewhat Positive Press Coverage, Report Shows
Ford Motor Company Company ProfileFord Motor Company is a global automotive and mobility company.
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In other Ford Motor Company news, insider David L. Schoch sold 50,098 shares of Ford Motor Company stock in a transaction dated Friday, February 17th.
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News headlines about Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) have trended somewhat positive recently, Alpha One Sentiment reports.
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Ford: 5%+ Dividend Yield And Very Attractive Valuation – Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)
The company’s low price-to-earnings ratio and high dividend yield help it to rank favorably using The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing.
Ford’s low price-to-earnings ratio and high dividend yield help it to rank well using The 8 Rules of Dividend Investing.
Right now, Ford has a dividend yield of 5.5% and a price-to-earnings ratio of ~6 (using adjusted earnings).
Valuation & Expected Total ReturnsExpected total returns for Ford shareholders can be estimated by looking at the company’s valuation, dividend yield, and forecasted earnings-per-share growth.
Accordingly, it is likely that valuation expansion will be a significant contributor to Ford’s total returns.