Ford: The Future Is Looking Brighter With EVs

Mar. 10, 2022 2:12 AM ETFord Motor Company (F)46 Comments


  • Inventory levels are projected to increase in 2022 which can spur an increase in vehicle sales.
  • Ford's hybrid and electric vehicle offerings can be attractive during this period of high fuel prices.
  • Ford's low valuation and high growth outlook make the stock attractive for a long-term position.
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Ford (NYSE:F) has some good things going for it: a low stock valuation and an offering of hybrids and electric vehicles that can help drive strong sales during a period of high fuel prices. Inventory levels

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