Wolters Kluwer N.V. (the “Company”) is a global company Continue reading
As I said in the MY INVESTMENT PHILOSOPHY page on this site, I do not consider myself a GROWTH investor nor do I consider myself to be a VALUE investor. I keep reading and researching about different business and industries in an attempt to find those which I believe would make good long-term investments whether or not they fit into GROWTH of VALUE buckets. I have always been fascinated by advertising/marketing, and if my love for finance and investing weren’t so strong, I would have probably tried my hand at marketing.
SNA investors were handsomely rewarded with news of a 16.4% increase in its quarterly dividend to $0.71 per share. You can read the release below:
You can check out my original post on why I believe SNA would make an excellent investment for the long-term investor:
Jeffrey Ubben is considered by many to be a value investing “God”:
You can read my take on why I think TRN is an attractive investment:
Big news out of Canada recently folks as that country’s answer to Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., sold almost 90% of its long-dated U.S. Treasury holdings in what appears to be a risk-off move on the cusp of U.S. elections and lingering global uncertainty.
Following my first “Boring Is Beautiful” post which highlighted insurance broker and risk management specialist Marsh & McLennan Companies (see Boring Is Beautiful: Marsh & McLennan Companies), logistics major C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. (Nasdaq: CHRW) is another company which I believe deserves an investor’s attention. Continue reading