Ford's 2015 F-150 has certainly created some obstacles, but the new pickup truck is changing the game with its improved fuel economy and attractive new features.
Shares of Ford and General Motors have had a bumpy ride in 2014, but as long as the U.S. economy doesn't tank, these sell-offs could offer a solid buying opportunity.
Shares of Delphi Automotive have seen brighter days, but investors should view the recent sell-off as a buying opportunity.
Shares of Honeywell have an attractive valuation and an increasing dividend, along with a diversified business.
Shares of Honeywell International hit 52-week lows two days before the company reported strong earnings results. But what management said is even more insightful.
Shares of Honeywell International made new 52-week lows last week, before reporting a strong earnings report.
Cadillac has struggled for much of 2014, but the one model that was doing well suddenly isn't. Could it be because of Lincoln's new SUV?
Johan de Nysschen was brought in from Nissan to help fix the glut of problems weighing Cadillac down. What can he do to help the automaker succeed again?
Shares of Delphi Automotive have declined in recent months, but does it represent a good buying opportunity?
Shares of Honeywell International have several positive catalysts ahead, despite the stock's lack of upside momentum.
The motorcycle industry is humming along quite nicely, but there's a lesser-known Austrian company making meaningful strides.
The luxury auto market saw sales climb once again in August, with Lexus and German-built luxury vehicles leading the way.
Mattel and Generac could have significant upside if the two companies perform well during their most prosperous time of the year.
Sales have been flat and profit growth has remained stagnant at Coca-Cola. Can its investments in Monster Beverage and Keurig Green Mountain get it back on track?
A closer look at what hydrogen fuel cell cars are, who's developing them, and what the infrastructure looks like so far.
Are electric vehicles simply capturing a lot of hype, or will the segment lead the future in the automotive industry?
This year has been an enjoyable one for luxury automakers, as sales have fueled higher for most brands, but not all.
While Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are both seeking out growth and have sound cash flows, are the stocks just too expensive, compared to the historical norms?
Ford's stock has enjoyed a nice 2014, climbing roughly 12% and outpacing the S&P 500. But can investors expect more gains to come?
After Chipotle Mexican Grill's strong rally amid strong growth, and McDonald's year-to-date slump amid stagnant growth, which is the better buy?