Auto sales are booming, and these shares are the best way to profit.
Ford and GM say their vehicles have better fuel economy than the magazine's tests indicate.
The stock has sound fundamentals and the company has huge exposure to the currency through its exports.
Some people may dismiss alternatives to gas-powered vehicles, but they shouldn't pull the plug on this growing market.
Stocks are sharply higher following monthly jobs report for January and a better-than-expected reading on manufacturing expansion.
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The Japanese company takes the lead once again as the No. 1 carmaker. Should investors in the American car company worry?
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