Best Stocks To Buy For 2013: AGCO

[ May 18, 2014 | Author: Admin | Views: 16905 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Gardner Denver Inc. (GDI), a manufacturer of industrial machinery and parts based in Wayne, PA, announced it would be acquired by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. L.P. (0.1%) (“KKR”) on March 8, 2013. KKR is a private equity firm with $75.5 billion under management. The merger consideration was $76.00 per share, or $3.9 billion total (in addition, the company paid a $0.05 quarterly dividend). The deal closed on July 30, 2013 after receiving shareholder and regulatory approvals for an annualized return of 5.18%.From Mario Gabelli’s third quarter 2013 commentary. Also check out: Mario Gabelli Undervalued Stocks Mario Gabelli Top Growth Companies Mario Gabelli High Yield stocks, and Stocks that Mario Gabelli keeps buying Currently 0.00/512345 Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes) 10 Best Machinery Stocks To Own Right Now: Esco Technologies Inc (ESE) ESCO Technologies Inc. (ESCO), incorporated in August 1990, is a producer of engineered products and systems sold to customers … Continue reading

[ May 16, 2014 | Author: Admin | Views: 50532 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT  ) left out some key details in its next-gen console unveiling this week. For example, Mr. Softy didn’t disclose either the price or the actual release date for the Xbox One. But one thing we do know is that the console is already making new friends — and creating new enemies. The Xbox One console. Source: Microsoft. Left out in the coldVideo-game retailer GameStop (NYSE: GME  ) , for one, can’t be impressed with what Microsoft just unveiled. The new Xbox console won’t accept games made for the current Xbox 360. And considering that console has been the top-selling one in the U.S. for 21 months straight, there will be a mountain of used games that won’t have much value to gamers who upgrade this year. That should make for an especially bumpy console transition for GameStop, which pulls its highest profit margins from selling used games. Last year … Continue reading

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Popular Posts: 6 Oil and Gas Stocks to Buy Now16 Oil and Gas Stocks to Sell Now3 Machinery Stocks to Sell Now Recent Posts: 12 “Triple F” Stocks to Sell 8 “Triple A” Stocks to Buy 5 Stocks With Poor Analyst Earnings Revisions VCRA SUNE BONT VRTX PSEM View All Posts This week, these five stocks have the worst ratings in Analyst Earnings Revisions, one of the eight Fundamental Categories on Portfolio Grader. Vocera Communications, Inc. () is a provider of mobile communication solutions designed to restore the human connection to healthcare. VCRA also gets an F in Equity. . Top Machinery Stocks To Buy Right Now: Austin Engineering Ltd (ANG) Austin Engineering Limited is engaged in the manufacture, repair, overhaul and supply of mining attachment products, general steelwork structures and other associated products and services for the industrial and resources-related business sectors. The Company operates in four segments: Australia, … Continue reading

[ March 22, 2014 | Author: Admin | Views: 76612 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Few things are as iconic as the American farmer. Our farmers don’t get much appreciation in today’s modern economy, but without such a strong agricultural base we’d be spending much more of our household income on food. The nation’s massive agriculture industry also allows Uncle Sam to provide world-leading food aid to countries in need. It isn’t magic, though. Farmers depend on several key industries to help them perform their job at an optimal level. Here are some of the top stocks supporting their livelihood. Caterpillar (NYSE: CAT  ) ^SPX data by YCharts Machinery has always been an important aspect of efficient farming, but an industrialized approach to agriculture has only exacerbated its importance. Caterpillar offers a wide array of continually improving equipment for cattle, dairy, and general crop applications. Farmers can use one vehicle for numerous tasks — thanks to a number of easy-to-install tool attachments — side-by-side one of … Continue reading

[ March 12, 2014 | Author: Admin | Views: 64127 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

The IPO surge this year is starting to bring back memories of the 2000 dot-com boom, but in a good way. Already this year, 31 companies have sold their shares to the public for the first time, a 72% increase from this point in 2013, says Kathleen Smith of Renaissance Capital. That’s the best start for initial public offerings since at least 2006. If the trends stay in place, 2014 could be the best start to a year since the dot-com boom of 2000. The IPO surge continued Wednesday after three companies launched their deals, including injectable-drug maker Eagle Pharmaceuticals, pain therapy researcher Flexion Therapeutics and regional bank Talmer Bancorp. ASK MATT: Why do IPO prices jump so quickly? Companies are looking to take advantage of the surprisingly strong stock market and investors’ willingness to take a risk with newly public companies. Big biotech stocks have been the darlings of … Continue reading