First, let me congratulate all shareholders of Ford
However, if I'm going to buy shares of a company valued at $39 billion, am I wrong to ask for a cleaner balance sheet and a clear view toward long-term growth? I simply can't see how Ford will beat the market from this price over the next five to 10 years. Aren't there many more companies with firmer foundations whose shares are priced more attractively than Ford after its run-up? Companies with little to no debt, or paying a dividend?
I turn to you, Ford shareholders, to guide me in the comments section below. Why would I buy Ford now when I could buy Intel or Walgreen instead? Enlighten me.
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