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Barrons

Bio The worlds premier investing publication since 1921.
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SocialFlow : Separating financial statements for Ford’s automotive operations and the company’s auto finance operations isn’t easy, even for experienced analysts and investors. But it shows the hidden value in the company. on.barrons.com/3fOkzvO

SocialFlow : Here’s what you need to know to navigate the markets today. on.barrons.com/3qaWDYe

SocialFlow : Running Ford isn’t an easy job. Only two of Jim Farley’s six immediate predecessors achieved positive returns for the stock. on.barrons.com/3o7zzYA

SocialFlow : If extended warranties were a good deal, everybody wouldn’t be so eager to sell them, writes Living in Retirement columnist Neal Templin. on.barrons.com/3lcO5MY

SocialFlow : South Korea’s sovereign-wealth fund sold Alibaba, Apple, and Intel stock in the third quarter. It also more than doubled a position in GM stock, a move that is paying off so far in the fourth quarter. on.barrons.com/2JtxPd5

SocialFlow : RBC Capital Markets says Anheuser-Busch InBev, EssilorLuxottica, and Royal Dutch Shell are reasonably priced as investors look ahead to a recovery. on.barrons.com/2JmJY3A

SocialFlow : Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Genuine Parts each said they will maintain their dividends at current levels. on.barrons.com/33snupc

SocialFlow : The investment board of Wisconsin’s state pension sold Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Exxon stock in the third quarter. It bought JPMorgan stock. on.barrons.com/2VdiLDe

SocialFlow : Covid-19 has caused the most long-term damage to value of REITs focused on malls, office space, and strip shopping centers. on.barrons.com/2HLWQ2V

Twitter Web App : Which stocks do you think will dominate the electric vehicle revolution?

SocialFlow : The housing market's run should continue, Wall Street analysts say, though some builders are better positioned to grow in 2021 than others. on.barrons.com/3mfxxFu

SocialFlow : Fords new CEO faces formidable challenges—but the legacy auto makers shares could soar if he succeeds in leading it into an electric future. Learn why Ford stock can double in this weeks issue of Barrons. on.barrons.com/2Vd1n1g

SocialFlow : Letters on Barron’s International Roundtable, market exuberance, investing in art, Kandi Technologies Group, and Simon Property Group on.barrons.com/2JizQcz

SocialFlow : Wall Street analysts report on Apple, Salesforce.com, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and three other companies on.barrons.com/2KNUMbN

SocialFlow : Investors like Stanley Druckenmiller and Paul Tudor Jones have spread the word about Bitcoin, particularly its use as a hedge against inflation. on.barrons.com/2KIQ2UJ

SocialFlow : Airbnb, Door Dash, Roblox, and a number of other start-ups file for December initial public offerings. Some are profitable and well known; others are not. It’s an exciting way to end a pandemic year. on.barrons.com/2Jln0Kk

SocialFlow : The consumer-discretionary sector has gained 29% in 2020, making it the second-best performer this year, behind only tech. It’s about to get a whole lot riskier. on.barrons.com/3maaH1Q

SocialFlow : Elon Musk’s electric-vehicle maker continues its amazing rise. Tesla’s value is now so high that car-making profits alone, even looking out a decade and assuming massive market-share gains, might not be enough. on.barrons.com/36bwiBA

SocialFlow : “Investors have become uninterested in worrying about downside risks,” writes one Wall Street strategist. on.barrons.com/36bKVog

SocialFlow : The CEO and investors are clearly confident that the business will grow into its now more than $16 billion valuation. on.barrons.com/2VcxsWZ