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Ford: One More Chance To Get On Board

With the S&P 500 down 14% (as of market close on August 26) from its May 2 post-financial crisis peak, now is a humbling time for most people who own equities. As battered investors try to parse out which stocks represent a bargain from those that are fool’s gold, one candidate is Ford (F). I…

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GM: The Long-Term Investment Case

Early hopes of quick returns from General Motors’ (GM) November IPO have been dashed, other than for those who already sold at the right time. The post-bankruptcy shares debuted in November at $33, peaked at $39.48 on January 6, and are at $31.58 as of the July 8 closing. So are the shares, with an…

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Performance Assessment for Investment Ideas on Thoughtsworththinking.net at 2010 Stock Market Close

In her classic novels The Foutainhead and Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand distinguished between people who make choices based on their own objective observations, and “second-handers” – people who are more apt to follow the opinions of other people than their own just because those other people are popular. The case I want to make is…

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Ford (NYSE:F) Stock: A New Chance to Get On Board

Writing in April 2009, when Thoughtsworththinking.net was in its infancy, I argued the investment case for Ford (NYSE:F) at $3.25 a share, based largely on fundamentals of good management and improved quality.  With the stock now trading over $12 a share (enjoying a 5% bounce today from an upgrade by Barclays Capital1 ), perhaps that…

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Ford

Looking for a stock that will perform when the recovery hits?  Take a look at Ford ($3.25 closing price on April 3, 2009).  It may seem surprising given the turmoil of the U.S. auto industry, but consider the following to start: •    It is now clear that Ford’s financial condition is materially different from U.S.…

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