That's possible; or F will continue to increase their margins, and their F-150 trucks will continue to fly off the line, as more companies upgrade their fleets. And your assumption that China is in decline may be short lived. Their market is already down 25% this year, and it's looking like they may have bottomed. And the Lincoln line is a super hot seller in China to those Chinese who still have a ton of money. The only question with respect to sales is South America, which makes up a VERY small proportion of overall sales. 2016 will be another banner year, as will be 2017 when a Republican takes the White House.
As I said in my posts, I'm in this stock for the long haul, and the 5% dividend at the price I paid. Not the immediate dividend or the special dividend. Obviously, your investment skills mirror that of your sex skills, given your Yahoo handle. Either that, or you're just a two bit, crack addicted, HIV infected #$%$, with the IQ of a potato.
News is irrelevant. It's about investor sentiment. If CD's continue paying around 1% with virtually zero, and Ford pays 5% with minimal to moderate risk, it's pretty much a no-brainer. There are few Facebook type high-flyers (I bought 2,500 shares of Facebook at around $30; so I'm certainly content about that investment. But the vast majority of my holdings are high yielding investments; which is why I was able to retire at 45, and keep rolling my gains and dividends into even more "good" investments. But you do what's best for you.
I'm in for the long term, and for the 5% dividend. My son just bought a 2016 Mustang that took six months to find because there is such a shortage on the one he wanted. The Mustang has become an extremely popular car again, and has exceptional ratings and reviews. The dealer where we bought the car, and who is a friend, also told us that they can't keep up with the demand for F-150 trucks; especially their fleet sales. I think Ford will have a banner year. Yet for some reason, the Street doesn't favor the stock. I'll take my 5% dividend and whatever growth there is for years. If it gets to the $20/share in over a year, I'll take half my shares off the table and take the capital gain.
Please remove your head from #$%$ and read the earnings report; or is your head stuck?
Not interested in your mobile trailer. Offer something respectable, and we'd have a bet.
The insiders you are referencing, and who just invested another $5 million in units at $20.50/unit, have lost $1.5 million of that investment in just three weeks. I would hardly call that an endorsement of insider confidence. CEQP is toast!
Earnings will better than expected!
There will be a BK reorg. Company is going under. Stock is off 90%+ from its high! Down 30% since reverse split. Can you not see the forest through the trees?