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Ford: 3 Things You Must Watch

By John Rosevear - Apr 23, 2013 at 7:29AM

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Ford is one of the best-run automakers in the world right now, and it looks set for solid growth in coming years. But there are still big risks that need to be monitored. Here -- from a Ford investor -- are three things that any Ford investor should be watching closely.

Ford's (F 3.89%) turnaround has been a remarkable one. The storied American automaker went from near-death to healthy profits in just a few years -- thanks to astute management and strong new products. Now, Ford looks set to make big gains overseas -- but an investment in Ford still carries some risks. In this video, contributor John Rosevear -- a Ford investor since the dark days of early 2009 -- looks at three things that any Ford investor should be watching carefully, now and in the months to come.

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