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While I normally resist getting to emotionally attached to my investments, its hard NOT to so I excuse seekingalpha and some posters. The relentless pursuit of problems, focus on fixing them when the recent results (Q1) might justify relaxing a bit just serves to convince me the leadership of Ford is something special. I was prepared for a Q2 that was more of the same. I was jazzed that Q2 was a great deal (given conditions) than expected. IMO Ford is the number 1 Automaker in the US its just nobody knows it yet. I am expecting they will "find out" in Q3 and Q4 so that a year from now it will be common knowledge.

I'd rather see this kind of "earned" progress in my investments than a meteoric rise to $40- those thing make me worry.

hmmm maybe a blog centered on this....

Long F, Long term
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