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The Company is a worldwide manufacturer of highly engineered products and specialty systems.
Big and relatively bad valuations. It might actually perform close to the index sadly, which is to say that you will lose money on it.
ITW has an A for financial health and a PEG less than 1 on Morningstar, so it's one of my long picks.
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Come on, you can't shrink this much and have an ever higher stock price for too long
Div. (Yield) $1.68 (2.0%)Current Yield . . . . . . . 3.97%
Efficient, Diverse, profitable......stock buy back, Dividend...nuf said
Steady long-term perform with increasing dividends
The combination dividend yield, expected growth and profitability makes this company a long term buy
Long Term Buy
sticking with what i know - ITW owns Devcon, and i'm a big fan of epoxy and RTV silicone.
The Berkshire of Industrials
Nice dividend/dividend growth
With more than 800 'pick & shovel' companies around the world, all semi-autonomous, whatever risk exists in their industrial sector is spread as much as is possible. Glamorous? No, but stolid and solid, and should keep on keeping on long after I'm gone.
Company takes advantage of its size and breadth while trying to limit the negative effects of its size and breadth. They have been doing a phenomenal job over long stretches, good value at this price.
Passed a variety of screens.
This is a "Giant Tortoise Stock." Like a giant tortoise, It may be big and slow, but it has a hard shell (economic moat), can swim far (enter into new and emerging markets and industries), and live long.
when the economies finally gear up demand for this companies precision products will soar
Great industrial company that pays a very steady dividend
Long Term outperform.
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