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Ford Can Revalue Higher As Chip Shortage Eases

Aug. 01, 2021 5:49 PM ETFord Motor Company (F)62 Comments
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  • Ford raised its FY 2021 EBIT guidance by 50%, now targets a minimum of $9.0B in earnings this year.
  • Ford expects the chip supply shortage to ease in the second half of the year and volumes are expected to grow 30% compared to the first half of 2021.
  • Ford is seeing red-hot demand for its upcoming all-electric F-150 Lightning truck, which is expected to start selling in spring 2022.
  • Shares of Ford trade at 12.2 times free cash flow and are undervalued.

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Ford (NYSE:F) is seeing growing momentum in its electric vehicle business with reservations for its F-150 Lightning pickup truck soaring. Ford’s FY 2021 earnings guidance received a big upgrade last week, in part because

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