These funds target the auto industry, which has performed well despite macroeconomic headwinds.
Some gearheads may not like to hear it, but sales momentum and lack of a bailout give Ford the edge.
General Motors, like Ford, sees opportunities to expand its reach through the emergent car-sharing business.
Carmakers report large gains on strong demand for trucks and SUVs.
Stock of the world's largest carmaker, recommended by analysts and scorned by investors, is down 44% on the year.
The automaker likes to remind us that it didn't take a government bailout like its Detroit rivals, but does the story resonate with car buyers?
When the current decline is over, shop from this list of stocks that hit 52-week highs last week.
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