Stuck in a wide trading range of between $8 and $10 this year, Ford Motor (NYSE:F) is struggling to reward its loyal shareholders for believing in its tremendous upside potential. The company is, for the most part, exiting the automotive segment and doubling down its efforts on trucks and SUVs.
Beyond that, Ford is investing in the future of EVs. So, why should dividend-income growth investors consider Ford stock? Shares pay a dividend yielding 6.8%, but the erratic stock price movement undermines the capital risks of a paper loss against the safety of income.