Buying Companies with Great Products (CMI, SNA, GTX, FOXF) – Part I | Value Investing News

Buying Companies with Great Products (CMI, SNA, GTX, FOXF) – Part I

  • SNA and CMI both look pretty good, though, so we’ll look at them more in-depth.
  • You can see when you look at SNA’s price in the above chart, it bounced around the $155 range for 5 years — since May 2014 — despite increasing EPS, dividends per share, and owner earnings.
  • Add to all this the initial impetus for looking at the company — that it makes great products that its customers love — and this may well be worth your time and money, especially if you’re patient enough to look beyond the cycle.
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