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Six High-profile Industrials with Staggering Three-year Performance? (Part 1)

2011-07-28

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Introduction This will be the first in a series of articles that look at when risk can be disguised as opportunity.  The article will cover six high profile and well-known industrial companies that have outperformed the S&P 500 as our economy has come out of the recession of 2008 and 2009.  Each of the six […]

Cummins Inc. (CMI) Staggering Three-Year Annualized Performance? (Part 2 of 7)

2011-07-28

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Cummins Inc. (CMI) is best known as a manufacturer of some of the world’s best diesel engines. Founded in Columbus, Indiana in 1919; as the Cummins Engine Company they built their reputation on the economy, power, reliability and durability of their engines. The following description is taken directly from their website: “Cummins Inc., a global […]

Is Dover Corp. (DOV) a Cyclical, Growth or Dividend Growth Stock?

2011-07-22

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Dover Corp. (DOV) reported their earnings today.  The following excerpt from their press release summarizes their excellent quarter. It was recently suggested that we prepare an article on Dover Corp. (DOV), and therefore, felt it was appropriate to prepare this review on earnings day.  Dover is a company that has been on our focus list […]

Six Attractively Valued Dividend Growth Stocks Reporting Earnings!

2011-07-20

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Investors today have instant access to minute by minute changes in the stock prices of their portfolio holdings in real time. Since stock prices tend to fluctuate wildly from one day to the next, I for one do not feel that this information overload is a good thing. What makes matters even worse is how […]

Should Dividend Growth Investors Forgive General Electric? Part 2 The Jeffrey R. Immelt Era – Part 2

2011-07-15

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Jeffrey R. Immelt is only the 12th person to serve as leader of General Electric Co. (GE) since Thomas Edison founded the company in 1878. Upon taking over the reins of this great American corporation, Jeffrey R. Immelt faced two difficult challenges: First, he had to fill the shoes of Jack Welch, one of the […]

Should Dividend Growth Investors Forgive General Electric? Part 1 – The Jack Welch Era

2011-07-15

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Should Dividend Growth Investors Forgive General Electric?  Part 1 – The Jack Welch Era There was a time in the not-too-distant past when General Electric Co. (GE) was the darling of Wall Street and everybody’s favorite stock to own.  This was especially true during the Jack Welch Era, which spanned the years 1981 to 2000.  […]

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