Ford Motor Co. Chief Executive Officer Jim Farley made a bold bid for electric supremacy Wednesday by boosting his company’s bet on plug-in models by more than a third, to $30 billion, and promising to electrify virtually the entire lineup. Investors, who have long viewed Ford as an EV laggard, liked what they heard during the automaker’s Capital Markets Day and bid up shares to a five-year high. Since Farley took over on Oct. 1, Ford shares have more than doubled. The stock rose 8.5% Wednesday to $13.90 -- the highest since July 21, 2016, and the biggest one-day jump in almost a year.