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The Company is a provider of engineering and information technology outsourcing solutions and professional staffing.
Highly desirable temporary staffing services industry in a uniquely diversified organization
Stock Picker - 5 Star, Pays Dividend, Down at Least 20% over last 12 months
This met a high level screen to indicate a buy and strong outperform against its peers (other tickers in its industry). My 1st version of this spreadsheet devles deep into the company's balnace sheet and recent income statements, combined with other relevant price data for the company including insider/institutional holdings, short interest, debt levels, etc. Testing capabilities of this 1st version of my automated, valuation spreadhseet matched with my personal criteria and see how it holds up.
dividend paying stocks that has defended its balance sheet well the past few years. due to their dividend paying nature & the relative ability to take advantage of expansion in future years, these stocks shall handily beat the S&P 500 going forward.nc,pbi,scx,cdi
This company appears to offer a solid opportunity as of today (April 2009). The company is trading below reported book value and is paying high dividends. Additionally the company operates outside of the FIRE (financial insurance real estate) sector of the economy, so chances are, what you see is what you get. I've personally screened this company to ensure it did not expand excessively during the hot years (2004-2008). This company was found today via google screener with the following criteria:atleast 100m market cap or morehas fallen more than 45% past 1yrdividend payers @3% or moreatleast 25% institutionally heldprice to book less than 1have total debt/assets less than 100%have total debt/equity less than 100%personally screened to make sure the companies were not FIRE industries (financial/insurance/real estate), oil commodity related, industrial metal commodities related, sea shipping relatedpersonally verified limitation on expansion during boom years (not excessive BS growth from '04-'08)the resulting dividend companies to buy are:AM, BRC, CBS, CBT, CDI, CSS, GLT, HRC, KELYA, LYTS, MEI, MWV, SXI, TKR, UVVconversely I will be looking to short opportunities with opposite criteria. This will be the primary focus of this profile, to seek & obtain alpha from long/short dividend opportunities across various industries.- ALPHADividend
CDI corporation have some ethical problems that Roger Ballou is failing to address. This includes:Roger Ballou's false statements to shareholders made on record. See http://www.cdicorp.info/rogerhballou-denial.html Their subsidiary and significant revenue stream, MRINetwork has a track record of misrepresentation for years, see http://www.cdicorp.info/mrimisrepresentation.html Joseph R Seiders has made misstatements under oath to Ohio Courts, see http://www.cdicorp.info/josephrseidersaffidavit.htmlCDI Corporation stock has been underperforming the average NYSE since Roger Ballou has been CEO - see http://www.cdicorp.info/CDI%20Corporation%20Stock.htmlThere is a great deal more to read about CDI Corporation's underlying problems as well as Roger Ballou's stance of 'head in the sand' at htt://www.cdicorp.info
The run for the roses is coming. With that, I expect to be another record setting betting for Churchill even with the current economic situation. Betting on the derby has never been easier and more accessible than it is now so I expect to see some large revenue come in. It doesn't hurt that Churchill owns it's own internet betting company called Twinspires.com.
Looks to be undervalued, buy with with confidenceyet do not go overboard.
Good future earnings
stock trend is steady in market growth and medium yield over the last year.
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