(VIANEWS) – Ford Motor has been taken noticeably by a bullish whale who may have a lot to spend and possibly even insider information.

Benzinga stated that 17 unusual trades were found when we looked at Ford Motor’s options history (NYSE:F).

The details of every trade show there are 52% opened trades with bullish expectation and 47% had bearish expectations.

In the meantime, shares of Ford (NYSE Composite: F) rose by a staggering 27.11% in 30 days from $13.02 to $16.55 at 17:46 EST on Thursday, following the last session’s upward trend. NYSE Composite is dropping 0.09% to $17,083.15, after two consecutive sessions in a row of gains.

Ford’s last close was $16.04, 3.95% below its 52-week high of $16.70.

Volume

Today’s last reported volume for Ford is 94632991 which is 53.35% above its average volume of 61709800.

The company’s growth estimates for the present quarter and the next is a negative 58.5% and a negative 8.8%, respectively.

Ford’s Revenue

Year-on-year quarterly revenue growth grew by 38.1%, now sitting on 136.43B for the twelve trailing months.

Volatility

Ford’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current volatility was a negative 0.06%, a positive 1.58%, and a positive 1.75%, respectively.

Ford’s current volatility rank, which measures how volatile a financial asset is (variation between the lowest and highest value in a period), was 1.14% (last week), 2.10% (last month), and 1.75% (last quarter), respectively.

Stock Price Classification

According to the stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions,

Ford’s stock is considered to be overbought (>=80).

Ford’s Stock Yearly Top and Bottom Value

Ford’s stock is valued at $16.55 at 17:46 EST, under its 52-week high of $16.70 and way above its 52-week low of $7.61.

Ford’s Moving Average

Ford’s worth is way higher than its 50-day moving average of $14.03 and way higher than its 200-day moving average of $13.62.

News about Ford (F) today

  • Ford gets A new title: the ‘most horrifying carmaker’. According to today’s article on Benzinga, “The retailer surveyed nearly 700 car models to find the Dearborn, Michigan-based Ford is indeed the scariest automaker. “

Previous days news about Ford (F)

  • Ford to invest $316 million to make EV parts at U.K. factory. According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 18 October, “Last month, Ford and South Korea’s SK Innovation Co. agreed to spend $11.4 billion to construct three battery factories and an assembly plant for electric F-Series pickup trucks in Tennessee and Kentucky. “, “This is a very important announcement for Halewood as it will secure the future of the facility along with introducing new technology for Ford vehicles in Europe,” Ford of Europe President Stuart Rowley said in an interview. “
  • Ford foundation’s $16 billion fund accelerates shift to green. According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 18 October, “The Ford Foundation, which focuses on fighting inequality, has increasingly turned its attention to climate change. “, “Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs and president of the Emerson Collective, was appointed to the Ford Foundation’s board last week.”
  • Ford rolls off first mustang mach-e EVs off assembly lines in China, setting stage to compete with Tesla, nio. According to Benzinga on Tuesday, 19 October, “See Also: Ford Once Mocked Tesla Over Vehicle Roofs Coming Off, Now It’s Recalling 5,000 EVs Over Similar Issues”, “See Also: Ford Sees 9% Sequential Rise In Sales Of Mustang Mach-E EVs In September, Ramps Up Production”
  • Looking at ford motor’s recent whale trades. According to Benzinga on Wednesday, 20 October, “Below, we can observe the evolution of the volume and open interest of calls and puts, respectively, for all of Ford Motor’s whale activity within a strike price range from $12.0 to $27.0 in the last 30 days.”, “This data can help you track the liquidity and interest for Ford Motor’s options for a given strike price.”

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