Published: Mar. 17, 2014 7:58 AM ET
- Ford’s performance in the automobile industry.
- Management’s bullish business strategies.
- Unsettled union contract still allows for positive ROIs.
During the past decade, the automotive industry has faced many challenges resulting in increased percentages of volatility. Although technical indicators pointing to a turn around, this volatility has had a tremendous effect on union based manufacturer, Ford (NYSE:F). However, after management change leading towards a soft economic moat, Morningstar’s © 2010 CEO of the year,Alan Mullaly, has shed positive headwinds towards its quarterly financials YOY:
|Q4 Results||Revenue in USD||Gross Profit in USD||Operating Income in USD||Net Income in USD|
|TTM||$147 billion||$22 billion||$8 billion||$7 billion|
|2013||$147 billion||$22 billion||$8 billion||$7 billion|
|2012||$134 billion||$22 billion||$6 billion||$6 billion|
|2011||$136 billion||$23 billion||$7 billion||$20 billion|
|2010||$129 billion||$25 billion||$7 billion||$7 billion|
|2009||$118 billion||$18 billion||-$3 billion||$3 billion|
|2009-TTM||$29 billion||$4 billion||$11 billion||$4 billion|
To read more, please click: here.
Disclaimer: Shawn Arshad is not certified to give financial advice. Although well researched, please do your own research prior to investing. Shawn is not responsible for any actions one makes based on the information he provides.
Recent News onf Ford:
StockOptionsChannel.com , Contributor