Ford Stock Down Four Percent During Week Of June 10th – June 14th, 2024

The value of Ford stock decreased during the June 10th, 2024 – June 14th, 2024 timeframe. Shares closed the week at $11.71, which represented a four percent drop, or $0.44 dip in value compared to the prior week’s closing value of $12.15.

Movement & Ranges

Ford Stock Values - June 10th - June 14th, 2024
Date Open Close/Last High Low
06/14/2024 $11.80 $11.71 $11.83 $11.55
06/13/2024 $12.08 $11.94 $12.09 $11.85
06/12/2024 $12.28 $12.08 $12.37 $12.03
06/11/2024 $12.32 $12.11 $12.36 $12.05
06/10/2024 $12.13 $12.38 $12.52 $12.10

By comparison, shares of General Motors increased in value by $1.05, or about two percent, during the same timeframe.

The marginal increase in Ford share values during the week follows a less than one percent decrease from last week, which in turn followed a less than one percent drop during the preceding five day trading period.

There were no major announcements made during the week.

Ford CEO Jim Farley has been steadfastly outlining The Blue Oval’s future since assuming the role in October 2020. The company’s key goals and organizational changes include:

Stock Performance Year-To-Date

Ford Stock Values - January - December 2024
Month Opening Value
January 2nd $12.04
February 1st $11.82
March 1st $12.53
April 1st $13.33
May 1st $12.16
June 3rd $12.25

Ford share values are now three percent higher when compared to the first day of trading in 2024. Wall Street continues to grapple with how it should evaluate legacy automakers in the wake of the ongoing EV transition. That said, Ford has frequently shifted its EV product plans and goals, likely adding to skepticism from investors. It has now settled on an “everything for everyone” approach to its lineup that gives buyers a choice between gas, hybrid, and all-electric vehicles.

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Ed owns a 1986 Ford Taurus LX, and he routinely daydreams about buying another one, a fantasy that may someday become a reality.

Edward Snitkoff

Ed owns a 1986 Ford Taurus LX, and he routinely daydreams about buying another one, a fantasy that may someday become a reality.

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  • When is Jim Farley going to Retire ? He does not give a darn about the Ford automobile especially about Gas or Hybrid Autos ?

  • Ford stock down? That can’t be because we haven’t seen a Blue Cruise update in years can it? Even though we are paying thousands for it.

  • Ford stock is a joke. It's value is basically the same as it was 25 years ago. My advice to anyone reading this is to invest your money elsewhere. I have worked for Ford for over 35 years and am sad to say that my investment in Ford stock has been a waste of time and money.

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