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The Company sells industrial and construction supplies in a wholesale and retail fashion.
Fasteners are never going to leave the earth and no one is able to cut costs and effectively manage stores as well as them
Consistently HIGH ROA, Consistently ROE, HIGH EPS GROWTH (5 & 10yr), trading below 10year average P/E. Plus I have done a lot of business with them and they've been great.Would happily own IRL. Soon Will.
FAST just hangs in for the long haul.
no debt, growing dividend, high level of customer service.
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Low price, no debt, good management, innovative, good track record.
A good business that's come down in price.
Great company, typical market over reaction.
New industrial vending programs, controlled new store growth and disciplined expense controls will drive earnings growth over the next year.
Sell-off was over done. Looking for modest rebound.
For reference point and to allow for comments by others. As of the end of March, 2013.ROE 27.01%Trailing PE 35.82PB 9.38Div yield 1.50%
I like the recent sharp decline in price on declining volume and the history of strong bounces from around this level. I also see a bounce in the industries it serves in the next quarter, but this is mostly an "oversold" play that I expect to pay off in a few weeks, and which I don't mind holding longer if it doesn't.
housing recovery, vending machines
It got a little ahead of itself, but will continue to grow with the construction recovery.
The stock currently looks over valued but FAST will continue to be a long term win.
Not an exciting stock like an Apple or Google but kicks the market's behind for years and pays a nice little regular yield. This is a great, steady, no frills money maker.
good history safe stock
298. Fastenal Co. (NASDAQ: FAST) is repping out new all-time highs like it's nobody's business. Sell. Do not think twice. The valuation here is so high that a small mis-step will result in lower prices. The chart is parabolic. Target: $30-$40. I'm betting CAPS points on this one coming back down to earth. Since when can you apply a P/E of 40+ to a company set to grow at less than 20%? Well, if your answer was: "In your dreams." You'd be right. Mark my words, Fastenal will fall below $40 in the next 5 years.http://beta.fool.com/bradford86/2012/01/16/price-market-part-46/
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