Ok, I'm confused. I picked Honda this week mainly because I knew rovo was going to pick Ford and I wanted to watch the two interact. Ford announces its highest quarterly earnings in 13 years while on Monday, Honda announced that it wasn't going to be at full strength until the end of the year and today, well, their reported earnings were very dismal. Yet, Honda is still beating Ford this week (as of this moment). What the heck am I missing?
You're not the only one. There must be something going on we don't see. I don't know how else to explain it as it makes no sense at all to me. I know the UAW is going to give Ford a hard time when the contract negotiations begin and this may be the problem with Fords share price.
I know the UAW is going to give Ford a hard time when the contract negotiations begin
But then why are the GM stock prices significantly up this week when they are going to be in the same boat? It seems like GM is using F earnings as a sling shot for its earnings in a couple of weeks, but it's not experiencing the downward slide that F is.
Oops! Sorry, I guess I should have posted these questions in your journal. Feel free to move my posts.
Coming out of turn for and heading for the final leg we have a group of four tightly packed in the lead. Yclept has faded back but the horse with the plastic shoes is making another run for the lead. ;D