The Ford stock market crash was one of the biggest stock market disasters since 1929, according to a new study by investment research firm Institutional Investor.
The firm analyzed data from the S&P 500 and Ford’s own stock price data.
The firm estimates that about 10 million jobs were lost as a result of the crash, including as many as 40,000 in the U.S.
Ford’s stock market loss was a whopping $10.2 billion, while Ford’s total investment losses totaled $4.4 billion, according the study.
Ford’s stock price is now down roughly 2 percent since the crash.
The study notes that Ford is still worth about $1.7 billion.
Ford stock price at the time of the stock market collapse, according to Institutional Investor: Ford’s market value was $4,964.6 billion as of March 31, 2021, according to the Fidelity National Financial Report.
Ford stock market was down by more than 8% over the last 12 months.
Investment strategist Michael Shrem, who is also the co-founder of Foster Advisors, which has an affiliate in Ford, told ABC News, “Ford stock is in a very precarious position right now, because there’s just no one to invest in it.
“They’re trying to do something that might not work.
Shrem said that he thinks Ford will be able to make money from the stock price recovery, but said that it will take some time. “
I think there’s going to be a lot more companies trying to take advantage of this stock market in the future, and I think they’ll find it hard to do it.”
Shrem said that he thinks Ford will be able to make money from the stock price recovery, but said that it will take some time.
He told ABC News that it’s a risky strategy to buy Ford stock, because it’s “really, really hard to buy a company at this point in time.”
Shim said that Ford stock has been under pressure in the past, and that the stock is “very, very volatile.”
“A lot of companies are trying to sell stock at this moment in time, and they’re doing it to get a better valuation,” he said.
Ford stock was down almost 6 percent over the past 12 months, but that’s mostly because of the company’s inability to pay dividends.
Shrem said it’s likely that Ford will not be able sell its shares at that time, given that it is the largest U.K.-based automaker and the largest car maker in the world.