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$CAG ended 4Q16 with $835MM of cash on hand and no outstanding commercial paper borrowings. Capex in 4Q16 was $150MM. Dividends were $109MM. For the year, $CAG repaid approx. $2.5Bil of debt mainly from the proceeds from the sale of the private label operations.
While $AAON being a “hold” stock by all the analysts, I am confused whether I should hold on to it or let it go. I mean holding sometimes is fine, but what if it actually never grows but rather starts to drop?
For the ones who do not know this, $AMZN acquired Souq.com, Middle East's biggest online retailer at the very last minute bidding.
Has anyone been following $TR? I was looking for a stock that doesn’t draw too much attention, yet is a performer. I happened to come across this one, but confused. Any thoughts on this?
People who missed on $RHT’s short burst don’t feel let down. The company had a good year so far and is expecting good results for the next fiscal year. So you just got yourself a long-term stock.