Ford Stock Analysis (NYSE:F)

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$11.06 $0.21 (1.86%) F stock closing price Jul 26, 2017 (Closing)
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Updated on : Jul 26, 2017
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F 11.1 (0%)
S&P 500 2477.8 (0%)
Closing Price On: Jul 26, 2017
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RATING: ★★★★★★★★★★ (0/5)
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Auto Manufacturers domestic
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Sector:   Auto-Tires-Trucks.   *PE adjusted for one time items.
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Ford Analysis Video

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View Ford stock analysis video. This is our F analyst opinion covering the buy and sell arguments for F stock.

Ford Motor Company Stock Rating (3.9/5)

Our Ford stock opinion is based on fundamentals of the company. This Ford stock analysis is based on latest Q2 earnings for 2017. The stock price analysis takes into account a company's valuation metrics.

Should you buy F stock?

  • The company has an operating cash flow which is 2.7 times the net income. We see this as a positive signal.
  • The company has a healthy dividend yield of 5.88%.
  • Ford has a healthy FCF (Free Cash Flow) margin of 6.7%.
  • The company has a healthy free cash flow yield of 8.91%.

Should you sell F stock?

  • With a debt/equity ratio of  4.76, Ford is highly leveraged in comparison to Auto-Tires-Trucks peers.

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edwapita on Ford stock analysis ($12.66)
I believe Ford is now a strong company - but they could sell more units - specifically profitable trucks if they would be competitive in warranty with GMC and Ram - change the power train warranty to 5/100k rather than 5/60. Moreover tries to tell us that they are the number one brand when this is not true. When you add: Silverado, Sierra, Colorado and GMC you have more units sold by GMC than Ford trucks. I have written to Mr. Fields about extending the power train warranty but of course, there is no answer. They are not competitive. I am on my second F150XLT and it is a wonderful truck - nicely finished and with a Ford V8 it is truly a delight. I wish they would understand that if you tout quality then be on the same vein as the competition. E. Pita
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