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The Company is engaged in the ownership and operation of product tankers and bulk carriers.
The name just rolls off the tongue.
Value play, 12% dividend yield. Shipping sector is beaten down, however this old company from Copenhagen should be able to weather the storm.2008 profit before tax was $360 million, in line with the latest guidance of $355 million to $370 million.The company expects 2009 profit before tax in range of $100 million to $140 million, for a P/E of 5 to 7.I like sheycavin's take here:http://caps.fool.com/Pitch/TRMD/1670183/these-guys-have-been-around-fo.aspx
I like the dry shipping business. Their numbers and ratios look good, and they have an awsome dividend yeild. Currently they are trading below or at book value. Buy Buy Buy
Tons and tons of cash on hand, an incredibly low P/E, and a product that will still be needed no matter how bad the economy gets. What's not to like?
Beats earning estimate by 50 cents USD. stock price increases 1%. the market will catch on EVENTUALLY
CAPS is the testing environment for my investment newsletter. I am not in love with this company, but the P/E is good and the dividend is fabulous. Plus, its fun trying to pronounce the name of company.
CAPS rating = 5Dividend yield >10%
"You ought to be able to explain why you’re taking the job you’re taking, why you’re making the investment you’re making, or whatever it may be. And if it can’t stand applying pencil to paper, you’d better think it through some more. And if you can’t write an intelligent answer to those questions, don’t do it."
everything looks great and P/E is way too low
Undervalued, high dividends, and growth potenial
Earnings will improve with the recent acusitions.
Very low P/E. Trading at near 52 week low. Only way to go is up, right?
SHIPPING COMPANY INVOLVED IN OPERATION AND OWNERSHIP OF PRODUCT TANKERS CARRYING OIL, GAS, JET FUEL, ETC., AND BULK CARRIER OUT OF COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, BUT ALSO LOCATED IN CONNECTICUT, NORWAY, SINGAPORE, INDIA AND PHILLIPINES.
This is what I call a diamond in the rough. The P/E is ridiculously low and dividends have raised yearly. The negatives--low volume and volatility. It has been a great ride for the last few years, and Denmark's economy looks intact. Growth rates aren't too impressive, but holders will benefit with the divy. What I especially like is there is only 1 analyst covering. When more get on board it will help with volume. Put this one on autopilot and reap the rewards.
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