Exciting Developments for Ford and GM Investors

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There's a lot of good news coming out of the automobile space today. October earnings were released for both Ford (NYS: F) and GM (NYS: GM) . We saw small cars being the big story for both manufacturers. While General Motors truck sales were a bit flat, as Blake notes, that's more a result of a new lineup coming down the pipeline in the near future, so many buyers are likely holding off until those land. 

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