Louis, the UAW does not represent any Ford workers in the UK.
Go back to your mommy's basement.
The popular vote has never been used to decide who is elected president.
By the way, Bill Clinton never got a majority of the popular vote, either - and he was elected twice. I didn't hear anyone on the Democrat side complaining about THAT.
So you're opposed to the citizens of the UK exercising their national sovereignty rights?
Would have been a 1-2-3 podium sweep if the Ferrari had come into the pits for a rules violation like it was supposed to with 20 minutes left in the event. I was surprised that FIA didn't dock the Ferrari team for refusing to come in, but the rules violation didn't give them a competitive advantage ...
At any rate, it was a phenomenal performance! I watched about 8-9 hours of it live on YouTube. The six simultaneous Ford Performance video feeds on YouTube were outstanding!
- Perhaps, but Socialism does.
Look at Germany, Sweden, Denmark and Norway. -
Funny how all of the socialism proponents conveniently IGNORE the socialist disaster that is Venezuela. And don't give me the 'democratic socialst' claptrap; democratic socialism is exactly what put Hugo Chavez in power, and we see the results of it.
Nope, not too much! Hope all is well with you and yours. I'm starting to see a lot of new F-650s and F-750s on the road ... sharp trucks!
- Kind of a car company becoming more like GE? -
Years ago, Ford was exactly that way. Ford had an electronics and appliance division (Philco-Ford), an aerospace and defense division (Ford Aeronutronic, later named Ford Aerospace), Ford Tractor (as Q stated), a division which made charcoal briquets (ever heard of Kingsford Charcoal? It was named after one of Henry Ford's relatives), and even its own coal mines and ore carriers for its steelmaking facilities.
That being said, IMO Ford needs to focus on auto manufacturing and financing; that's where the company's strength is.
Note that GE is getting out of the industrial conglomerate business, selling off many of its divisions, cutting loose a large chunk of its GE Capital subsidiary, and focusing on its industrial assets.
Q, I'm not sure that we can't expect anything more from a guy who doesn't get out of his mom's basement. LOL
Buy 5000 shares at 8 = $40,000.
Sell 5000 shares at 16 = $80,000.
Net profit: $40,000. And yet Louis says that's a $15,000 loss. Louis must subscribe to that new Common Core math. LMAO
- you sold in the mid 13's? -
No, I sold higher than that. And the shares I sold were bought in the single digits. So I don't give a flying #$%$ what you think.
I sold some of my shares on the Q1 results ... knowing that the price tends to go down after the news hits, I thought it would be a good time to cash in on some of those shares bought in the single-digit price range. :-)
I still have a good number of shares. That dividend is nice.