Ford Near 52-Week High with Earnings Due Tomorrow


Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) is sitting within 4% of its 52-week high of $14.54 a share, and the company is due to report earnings tomorrow (Thursday) before the market opens. 

Is It Toyota or Ford? (NYSE:TM),( NYSE:F)


As bad news keeps rolling for Toyota Motor Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:TM), it seems Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) may be on the mend.  If you had to pick one for investment, Ford may be a better buy.  It is time to compare the two.

Market News: Ford (NYSE:F), RIMM (NASDAQ:RIMM), and Boeing (NYSE:BA)


General Motors Co. posted a 21 percent increase in March U.S. sales and Ford Motor Co. said sales rose 40 percent, trailing analysts’ estimates for a month when incentives helped lure buyers to showrooms. 

Toyota: Don't Call it a Comeback (NYSE:TM),(NYSE:F)


Move over Ford Motor (NYSE:F) -- Toyota Motor (NYSE:TM) is coming on strong as they extend their no-interest loan and discount lease offers for at least another month and may make free maintenance standard for all U.S. buyers.  Toyota shares are out of the $70 range and since Feb 24th the stock is up 12%, not to mention sales last month were on fire.

Status of Ford’s Sale of Volvo to Geely (NYSE:F)


Ben McLannahan of the Financial Times' Lex commentary team talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about Ford Motor Company’s (NYSE:F) sale of its Volvo Cars unit to Zhejiang Geely Holding Co. for $1.8 billion, marking the biggest overseas acquisition by a Chinese automaker.

Ford Sales, Not All Roses (NYSE:F)


The picture for auto sales at Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) may appear all rosy, but it might be wise to consider the recent sales in a long-term context. 

Time to Buy Ford (NYSE:F)


We all know that Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) left the other automakers in the dust when they rebounded from 2009 lows.  However, its run may not be over yet.  In the wake of Toyota’s woes that include possible criminal probes and congressional hearings, Ford seems to be benefiting strongly as it grabs up market share.  That’s not all though, Ford is one of the 2010 darling growth stocks.  Read on.

The Return of the American Car Company: Ford beats Toyota & Honda (F, HMC, TM)


Now that's a headline you don't always read and makes you do a double-take.  However Ford Motor's (NYSE:F) January U.S. sales beat both Toyota (NYSE:TM) and Honda Motor (NYSE:HMC) by a landslide, to the tune of up 24%.

Bargain Growth Stocks (NYSE:BAC),(NYSE:F),(NYSE:GE),(NYSE:MOT)


Sometimes it is best to just keep it simple.  We decided to ferret out some large companies that are projected for growth but are sitting at some reasonably cheap prices.  And out come some big names like Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC), Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F), General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) and Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT).

Still Time to Buy Ford? (NYSE:F)


Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) has had an incredible run since the March lows, making a rise from $1.70 to current trading levels of $11.70ish (+588%). 

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