In this installment of Using the Value Line Report
we will be taking a look at one of the Dow’s iconic energy giants, Chevron Corporation
(CVX). This review will examine a few of the oil and gas company’s investment merits
and offer readers some insight into how the Value Line page highlights many of the most essential financial ratios, as well as providing quantitative and qualitative analysis of both historical and projected performance.
Value Line has initiated coverage of Russel Metals
(RUS.TO) in its flagship product, The Value Line Investment Survey. The company is one of the largest processors and distributors of metals and energy products in North America.
At first blush, Dow-30 component General Electric
(GE) does not seem overly alluring compared to its blue chip brethren, but a closer look reveals otherwise. No doubt, the company is one of the most diversified industrial giants in existence.
Value Line is initiating coverage of MacDonald, Dettwiler & Assoc
., a communications
and information company
that provides operational solutions
to commercial and government organizations worldwide. The company was founded in 1969 and has its headquarters in Richmond, Canada.
Much to the delight and relief of investors, Apple
(AAPL) shares are finally regaining their luster. And double-digit earnings advances look to be back in the cards for this behemoth
, which should keep the mega-cap stock heading in the right direction. With this in mind, is now a good time for investors
to initiate or add to their positions? Or do the risks outweigh the possible rewards
of holding the equity long term? In this brief article, we will attempt to address these questions by taking a look at Apple’s business and performing an easy-to-follow SWOT analysis
of the company, evaluating its Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.
has initiated coverage of WestJet
in its flagship product, The Value Line Investment Survey.
WestJet is a Canadian airline (with headquarters in Calgary, Alberta) that serves 88 destinations in 20 countries in North America, Central America, the Caribbean, and Europe
In this installment of Using the Value Line Report, we will take a closer look at Verizon’s
investment merits and attempt to determine whether this telecom giant’s growth endeavors
will provide the dexterity and catalysts necessary to accelerate its price appreciation
designs, manufactures, and markets fluid-handling equipment
, such as pumps and valves
, for industries that handle corrosive fluids
. The equipment designer serves a wide variety of industries including oil & gas, water management companies, power generators, and mining, to name a few. The client base is also quite diverse, with engineering & construction companies, original equipment operators, distributors, and end users accounting for the majority of business. The company is well diversified with 45% of its sales stemming from emerging markets.
of The Home Depot
rose to a 52-week high
after the world's largest home-improvement retailer
and increased its forward-looking guidance.
(WMT) fiscal second-quarter results were basically in line with expectations. The stock was little changed on the news.