Ford motor group are one of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers, offering a wide range of vehicles to suit all lifestyles. From the iconic Ford Mustang to the fuel-efficient Fiesta and from hard-working pickups to family SUVs, Ford has something for everyone. With more than 100 years of history in the business, Ford is renowned for its commitment to quality and innovation and is consistently recognised as one of the most reliable and respected car makers in the world.
This recognition is important and whilst they can’t ride the strength of their brand forever, it feels as though their reputation combined with product innovation will be an important part of them ever hitting $100 per share.
Ford vehicles are renowned for their capability, performance, innovation and style. With a wide range of engines and transmissions to choose from, there’s something to suit every driver’s needs. The company’s latest models feature cutting-edge technology, including advanced driver assistance systems, voice control systems, and a range of comfort and convenience features. Ford also offers an extensive selection of safety equipment, helping to keep you and your passengers protected on the road.
Ford is always looking towards the future with its commitment to sustainability, research and development into alternative fuels, and its investment in electric vehicles. It is this level of R&D and investment which investors will be looking for as a base for the share price to rise. The output of this work will have to be successful products and Ford has a history of producing, but many investors feel they’ll need something ‘next level’ to sky rocket the price.
Ford’s debt-to-equity ratio has significantly improved, which indicates that it has more cash available for investments and acquisitions that could help increase the company’s share price. All of these factors combined could create the conditions for Ford stock to reach $100 or higher in the near future.
Why do you want Ford to hit $100?
Ford is currently trading at 13.73 which represents a 30% decline in price over the course of the year.
If you’re looking for an investment opportunity that has the potential to provide huge returns, for example investing in Ford at 13.00 and selling at over $100 within 5 years, then there are better opportunities for this type of trade. The motor industry is transitioning to electric vehicles and the world economy hasn’t been as rocky as it is since WW2.
In the short term, Ford (and other car manufacturers) will be concerned with the rising costs of living which may have a significant impact on the demand for cars. Additionally, a potential economic downturn or other unforeseen events could affect their stock prices.
If you’re looking for a much more long term investment, perhaps buy now sell in 2045, then Ford might be worth a closer look. It is worth noting that Ford has never previously hit $100 per share, in fact it’ve never hit $50 per share. So something different will need to happen for investors to get excited enough to invest at that level.