Despite naysayers' wary forecasts, the auto industry's comeback stock is cruising to new highs.
The nation's bumpy transition from an export-driven machine to a more consumer-oriented economy is likely to be good news for some investors.
The graying of America and a growing reluctance among young adults to purchase a car are creating a disconnect.
Buyers can now do their own research and find financing and repair services elsewhere. Why can't we buy directly from the manufacturer?
Sectors out of favor since the financial crisis are outperforming defensive ones in the recent rally.
While the revived automaker has its luxury brand gleaming again, the stock remains one to be wary of.
Once best-known for its appeal to old people, the brand now leads the US auto industry's continuing revival.
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