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Curtiss-Wright Corp. (NYSE:CW)

CAPS Rating: No stars

The Company manages and evaluates its operations based on the products and services it offers and the different markets it serves.

Current Price $236.03 Mkt Cap $9.0B
Open $236.82 P/E Ratio 25.65
Prev. Close $236.03 Div. (Yield) $0.79 (0.3%)
Daily Range $234.59 - $238.84 Volume 196,288
52-Wk Range $157.72 - $240.30 Avg. Daily Vol. 167,693


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mistercube (84.62)
Submitted November 03, 2009

My yearlong upthumb has been a big loser, with the stock actually slipping while the S&P took off again. Things got even "worse" in Q3, with lowered guidance and vastly decreased revenues leading many investors to jump ship.So why do I think this… More

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Member Avatar nstach (< 20) Submitted: 7/30/2010 3:12:27 AM : Outperform Start Price: $27.74 NYSE:CW Score: +386.60

Should profit from the aerospace rebound.


Member Avatar mistercube (84.62) Submitted: 11/3/2009 4:36:13 PM : Outperform Start Price: $30.52 NYSE:CW Score: +165.52

My yearlong upthumb has been a big loser, with the stock actually slipping while the S&P took off again. Things got even "worse" in Q3, with lowered guidance and vastly decreased revenues leading many investors to jump ship.

So why do I think this company is as good a buy as ever? Almost all of the bad news at CW came out of the Metal Treatment and energy segments, most tied to commercial clients and the overall economy, which has been, surprise, feeble in 2009.

In an environment of government-instigated liquidity, it's the phrases such as "strong increase in sales to our defense markets of $21 million, or 13%, driven by solid growth in both our naval and aerospace defense programs" coupled with "strong growth in our commercial nuclear power market" which make me optimistic. This isn't pie-in-the-sky "wave of the future" stuff; it's political reality. If the loosest spender in town (Uncle Sam) is either buying your products or ordering other people to, you're in a pretty privileged position. And now the stock just got cheaper!

Furthermore, the nine-month numbers aren't nearly as bad, relatively, and it's not like earnings have EVAPORATED. Q3 might be the second-worst of this recession for reports, as investors struggle intellectually to reconcile the recession's theoretical end with ugly year-over-years (remember, '08 Q3 numbers reflect spending which occurred before the serious brake-slamming at the end of '08). I predict the exact opposite in January, with the beginning of 2010 to look downright stunning aside its plain sister, this homely earnings season. A flattening or even an uptick in the beaten-down segments of CW, coupled with accelerated organic growth in the above-mentioned areas, and CW will be on its way back to cruising altitude faster than a taxpayer-funded fighter jet.

I can understanding hating to have bought it in April, but now's not the time to bail.


Member Avatar MeditatingCoil (< 20) Submitted: 8/27/2009 9:45:32 PM : Outperform Start Price: $30.41 NYSE:CW Score: +287.55

Metal services division will pick up when infrastructure, industrial, and aerospace recover, which may be a few years. The electronic system division is moderately affected by changes in mil and aerospace but is dealing with that and will outperform. The flow control is not well known to me but will likely do well when oil and nuclear resume facilities and infrastructure building.


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TMFElaine (66.78) Score: +490.08

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Member Name Member
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TMFElaine 66.78 8/3/2006 Outperform 3M $25.78 +815.59% +325.51% +490.08 0 Comment
medatwho 80.19 8/28/2006 Outperform 1Y $26.04 +806.28% +316.77% +489.51 0 Comment
XPLODED 95.90 8/27/2012 Outperform NS $27.91 +745.77% +258.13% +487.64 0 Comment
ConvexFlow 45.92 8/22/2011 Outperform 5Y $25.55 +823.84% +340.16% +483.69 0 Comment
verduci 24.27 8/9/2011 Outperform 5Y $25.18 +837.34% +355.14% +482.21 0 Comment
BDonnelly713 69.09 11/12/2012 Outperform 5Y $27.95 +744.56% +265.78% +478.79 0 Comment
bckearns 77.45 6/29/2012 4/19/2018 Outperform 5Y $27.94 +744.64% +274.95% +469.69 0 Comment
noZringer < 20 11/8/2012 Outperform 3W $28.40 +730.99% +264.21% +466.78 0 Comment
mudthrower < 20 9/13/2006 Outperform 3Y $27.04 +772.84% +310.54% +462.30 0 Comment
Gavisphere < 20 9/21/2006 Outperform 1Y $27.35 +762.97% +305.30% +457.67 0 Comment

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