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The Company is a producer and marketer of value-added titanium dioxide pigments ('TiO2').
high insider ownership. nice dividend. however, threats from new entries. gotta watch this one closely
I am in the HRIT space, and neither SAP nor Workday have a good cloud option to compete against Kronos for time entry. It will remain the key player in this space
Undervalued based on earnings potential.
Amazingly low valuation, consistent EPS growth
Crushed last quarter numbers but was taken down with the rest of the sector. Improving revenue. Large insiders buying.
I like the free cash flow, return on equity, PE ratio, and 5% price drop today.
strong growth for the past 6-8 qtrs. 9pe. growth of 300% in past couple of qtrs. peg of 0.42 as per BB. some debt. 10 GB score. 30% roe and 15% roa for 2012 as per BB. 6pe on 2013 as per BB. lately cash used to reduce debt. price down from 30 to 21. high roc. growth. low valuation.
Good growth story here, with a decent div to boot!
Stock oversold. Recently raised prices and although global economy slowing the price is attractiev over the short term.
Relative Pullback Likely Complete, Rise to Resume
Owner operated (Harold Simmons owns 80%) this maker of titanium dioxide should benefit from the upswing in global TIO2 pricing. With cash of $336 millionagainst debt of $611 million the balance sheet is pretty clean and KRO produces over $100million in cash flow. I am going long with real money.
Largest producer of titanium dioxide. Short squeeze in titanium dioxide.
With a falling economy, and a planned pull out of soldiers I don't see the need for pigmented titanium.
Have to have groceries, even in a recession...Kroger knows the mix of value to class with shoppers
due to global slow down this stock might be beat up further since its main focus is on titanium dioxide and that is a main ingridient for color in paint which is used in so many different ways.think about how many products have it. go in your bathroom, look at your toothpaste. bam. titanium dioxide. so, consumer staples. hmm... manufacturing, building, commercial painting. anything.now, as far as financials, they look great and hopefully the books will stay that way
5% dividend, insider buying (although small) makes this a value play.
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