Analyst Updates Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) Stock Target To $13.22


Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) mean price target is $13.22. Research unit averaged the calls released by analysts’ in the poll. For next quarter, the EPS forecast is $0.40 and for underway fiscal at $1.82. The market cap of Ford Motor Company Common Stock was recorded at $47.72B after the stock closed at $12.09 in last session.

What The Valuation Says?

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) has a P/E ratio of 5.67. Buyers can assess the stock performance by computing PEG ratio, which for Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) sits at 0.74. Investment plans are designed considering stock valuations and even on whether or not shareholders think firms will post earnings improvement. Value investors search for equities that in market comparisons or relative to sectors are undervalued. They invest in these apparently underrated equities in expectations that sooner or later the price will rise, replicating a firm’s existing or potential profit growth. When buyers learn that a firm is undervalued, this realization can lead the price to north on chart.

Growth investing is alternative approach in which shareholders try to exploit on firms’ vision for future development. Contrasting value equities, the growth stock assessment already contemplate earnings growth as simulated in higher assessments.

Though, growth shareholders are keen to reimburse more in anticipation of growth in stock prices as incomes continue to increase.

Technical Perspective

The technical analysis of Ford Motor Company Common Stock explains that the 50-day MA of Ford Motor Company Common Stock is $12.34, and stock is trading $-0.33 points away or -2.65% from 50-day moving average of $12.34. It is trading $-0.95 or -7.32% away 200-day MA of $12.96. Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) 52-week high is $15.84 and the 52-week low is $11.02. The 52-week high will hit when the stock gains $-3.83. Though, if it declines +8.98%, the shares can dive to a 52-week low. Moving averages are derived from statistical analysis. Their prime function is to generate a series of mean values of diverse subsets of the entire data set. They play a central and important role in the identification of past price trends.

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  • WDC Insider

    Trump is right. Ford Motor Company moving production out of United States after receiving American taxpayer bailout of 2009 $5.9 billion 0.25% loan; a 2009 $3 billion “cash for clunkers” program and a 2010 $250 million EXIM bank line of credit is disgraceful. Will Ford repay its 2009 $5.9 billion, 0.25% interest taxpayer subsidized loan before it moves production of fuel-efficient vehicles to Mexico? What will happen to Ford manufacturing and assembly when the 25% U.S. tariff on all imported trucks is removed?

  • WDC Insider

    Poor sales figures in September, NHTSA safety investigations and recalls, failure to pay off 2009 $6.2 billion 0.25% taxpayer bailout loan and concern about losing 25% US tariff on all imported trucks! What’s next? — U.S. Dept. of Labor and SEC investigations for fraud and insider trading? Not a good position for Ford.