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The Ford Company

Updated on September 25, 2019
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Alex has been an investor for years now. He has investments in the stock market, cryptocurrencies, bonds, and the United States Treasury.

'Ford Motor Company'



'Ford Motor Company' is a well-known business for vehicles with a long history. 'Ford" is a household name. Historically, 'Ford' is one of the most popular brand names in the world.

'Ford' Shares

Stock market shares in the 'Ford Motor Company' continue to do relatively well. We are right about where we were a year ago. This may seem alarming; perhaps it is a little. However, the prices have not dwindled below the $7.00 area. Let us not forget that they have paid dividends three times this year. 'Ford' has been paying three to four times a year. The fact that 'Ford' pays in dividends when shares are fairly low in price is generally considered a good sign for investors. This is especially true, or so it would appear, for more long term investors. I don't know if the zenith of the 1990's will return or not. What I do know is that I love to invest in 'Ford'. 'Ford' shares are currently a little over $9.00. In my opinion, this is fantastic! 'Ford' is going forward, or so I believe. Not in the sense that shares will necessary increase exponentially, but that dividends may be recurring for a long time. Unlike other companies, 'Ford' is an aged business with a long impact on our society. 'Ford' could disappear, but I do not anticipate this will happen. If it goes away, I will be surprised. I should hope this does not happen. I really do not feel as though this will occur. I am more optimistic, and perhaps - rightly so.

'Ford' In The Future

To me, 'Ford' does seem to be going slowly down in price. I am not discouraged. 'Ford' has gone down and up before. Why shouldn't it in the future? End profit can include dividends, and 'Ford' has been incredibly good with this aspect of business. My personal rule is that I only buy when 'Ford' is below $10.00 per share. This way, when 'Ford' rises again in cost; I can smile without much effort whatsoever. I find that such rules can be very encouraging. I would recommend that all buyers are careful in their own ways (so long as those ways are ethical and moral).

'Ford Motor Company'

'Ford' is a known company and a common name. Hopefully, 'Ford' will endure for a lengthy time to come.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Alexander James Guckenberger


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