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A manufacturer concentrated in three business segments: Chlor Alkali Products, Metals, and Winchester.
Chemicals stocks are cheap.
The perfect survival stock. Bleach for water purifying. Ammo. and batteries. Nice diversity. long time dividend payer.
Long. 100+ year old chemical company. Last quarters revenues were up 28%. Could be a decent value here at 13x ttm and 11x fye earnings. Currently yields 3.3%, which is less than a 50% payout ratio.
Good ratios, good track record, and a stock price that just won't quit.
Ammo play, check out any store brick or online, there is none!
Diversified industry with a great dividend offering. Might not grow very much from this point, but should hold its ground and stay strong given the three primary industries it is involved in.
Stock is fundamentally cheap (EV/EVITDA = 6.7) and has a decent dividend. But no exciting Catalyst to drive it higher. I think its a good buy -- but more defensive than some of the stocks in the S&P 500. Don't see anything exciting that would cause it to really do well.
Better investments in South America!
Guns are selling big. I hate this trend but a trend is a trend and emotions don't belong in investing.
The gun manufacturer stocks have had a great move this year, see (rgr, swhc),now here is a play on an ammunition manufaturer.Olin sells "ammo" under the Winchester brand and with the brisk sales in guns the last two years,this ammo stock would compliment that investment nicely.Olin delivers a nice 3.7% dividend yield and has a p.e. of around 7.5,therefor I feel this stock is on target to deliver nice returns for the immediate future.
This stock is constantly growing watch as you kick yourself for not buying any of it.
People buy gold when they fear inflation. People buy lead when they don't want to fear anything.
With the recent 50% acquisition of SunBelt Chlor Alkali Partnership, (Olin now owns 100%) from PolyOne Corporation, the company is now positioned to realize greater revenue and profits from this key component of its organization. The company also highly benefits when the U.S. is present in active wars zone’s and should not be majorly affected by the possible budget cuts. Bleach volumes have increased for 15 consecutive quarters, volume in third quarter was up 7% compared to same time 2010. Relocating Winchester ammunition operations in order to free itself from a union contract. Also starting up operations of low salt, high strength bleach in three different locations. Payout ratio of 29%. Low P/E of 6.91. Five year average dividend yield of 4.40%.
tenmiles and translator are long - and they're some of CAPS' best bulls!
Dividend payout is safe, and will ensure market beating returns into the future. OLN's revenue streams are fairly protected from the whims of the market, so now is a good time to buy.
low PEG, strong price uptrend
Great growth. Consistently outperforms the S&P. Dividend yield of 4.8%.
Diverse in two (different) major areas: chemicals and firearms (and ammunition) production. Cash-rich, very little debt.
Winchester, the ammo and gun sales alone will keep this one going up.
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