FORD. They who accept risk (smart risks, not dumb ones) get greater rewards. F is up 100% ,from late 2009. That was just after the recession, when some longs still posting here made purchases at $7-$8ish
We longs have varied histories. However, anybody did well who kept substantial cash, but then "bottom-fished" or "averaged down", was not afraid to buy bonds or shares at the recession bottom in late 2008-2009, after the flash crash in May 2010, after the House-of-Reps crash in August 2011, nor at the warrant-bottom August 2012.
Scottrade calculates average price for me on my "holding stash" of Ford shares. It's kept in the account where I'd exercised Ford warrants, a mix bought too early as well as near the warrant bottom. Scot has done the warrant conversion math for warrants converted to shares late in Dec. According to Scot, my doubling on that stash of shares happens if/when F gets to $18ish. That's despite having added by last shares at around $14.50.
There are people here better at valuing and timing and averaging and bottom-fishing than me. You'd better believe that the $16 seen today is a doubling for them.