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The Company operates in three primary businesses: building efficiency, automotive experience and power solutions.
New Prosocial Portfolio buy: http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2015/03/25/the-climate-is-right-to-buy-johnson-controls.aspx
paired trade with DLPH to try for a cash position
Div. (Yield) $0.88 (1.8%)Current Yield . . 2.85%
With rising energy costs this company's environmental makeovers save a ton of money. More companies are seeing the initial outlay is greatly offset by the continual energy savings and increase in property value.
This is the best performer in my portfolio. They are in the business of green retrofitting commercial building air conditioning systems. This is a major growth business.
It gets the business
Bad call to downgrade this past week. Stock has room to go higher.
Because Cramer Says so...lol
Climate change is going to have an exponential effect on everything over the next five years. More efficient and cost effective batteries are going to be increasingly important in our attempts to reduce CO2 emissions. I think JCI will benefit from that
auto parts HVAC Batteries 2 types Going to have a good year.
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Well-covered in three key recovery areas, and is moving aggressively in overseas markets with its less visiable strengths in power and building.
One of the stocks picked for MF's Stocks 2012. It has a very low valuation (trailing P/E of 10.3). I calculated its Graham number at $31.03, so it is a value pick for me. It may take some patience to see results on this stock since a large segment of its revenue comes from auto industry (batteries) and until people start purchasing new cars again, this stock may stagnate. It should be noted that two of its competitors have filed bankruptcy so their competition has declined.
Good all round financials, debt under control, strong building segments (HVAC) that will dampen any cyclical effects from the auto industry thus limiting the downside. Leaving the upside to be reaped if economy does pick up in 12 months. Reason to opt in: Wanted exposure to recovery in the auto industry but not in full measure.
Unprecedented sell off, huge pop coming
Stcoks 2012 recommendation. Analyst nor the Fool own any shares. Must perform solid DD, looking like a VALUE play.
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