A slump in China and concerns in the U.S. hurt lots of auto-related stocks last month.
It’s not just about the fat 7.6% dividend.
Good crossover sales weren't enough to offset big declines in sales of sedans.
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As usual with automakers, it's all about the product.
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After years of growth, China's new-car market is slumping.
Concerns about the U.S. economy -- and about Ford specifically -- are mounting.
New price cuts in China have investors worried.
Sedan sales have fallen considerably, but the totals are still big.
SUV sales are booming, and these are the best-sellers.
BMW's stock has slumped, making its dividend yield tempting. But is it a good bet?
No dividend is guaranteed, but some are safer than others.
High dividend yields can be a warning sign, but Ford's payout looks solid.
Why was Ford's profit down this year? Here are the key factors.