Cool Cars Don't Equal Hot Stocks
We've got news of new cars galore today. Midsize cars from the Big Three that could challenge the Japanese, cars with technology that appeals to youth, cars that show off U.S. craftsmanship in a way that makes the Japanese seem, well, equal to, not better than Ford (F), GM (GM) or Chrysler.
If only it mattered to the stocks. First, we don't care about Chrysler unless we are trying to buy one. The idea of buying a European car company because of a strong Chrysler showing is pretty fanciful. Fiat's good. So what?...467 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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