In this video from Wednesday's MarketFoolery podcast, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analysts Taylor Muckerman and Jason Moser dig deep into the biggest stories on the market for Foolish investors today.
Ford announced earnings today, and shares sold off more than 8% on the news. Ford reduced its guidance for 2014, citing margin and profit contraction resulting from the launch of many of its new models next year, and it also mentioned the continuing recession in Europe as a cause of concern for the company. Are things as bad as the market thinks here? In the lead story on today's MarketFoolery, Taylor and Jason discuss Ford in 2014, and why some short-term bad news for the company may represent an opportunity for long-term investors.
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