The overall ratings of nine machinery stocks are down on Portfolio Grader this week. Each of these rates a “D” (“sell”) or “F” overall (“strong sell”).
Hyster-Yale Materials Handling, Inc. Class A (HY) earns an F (“strong sell”) this week, moving down from last week’s grade of D (“sell”). In Portfolio Grader’s specific subcategories of Earnings Revisions and Earnings Surprise, HY also gets F’s. To get an in-depth look at HY, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of HY stock.
Trinity Industries, Inc. (TRN) is on the decline this week, earning a D (“sell”) after receiving a C (“hold”) last week. Trinity Industries is engaged in the manufacture and sale of railcars and railcar parts, inland barges, structural wind towers, concrete and aggregates, asphalt, highway products and structural steel components. The stock also gets an F in Earnings Momentum. As of Sept. 4, 2015, 11.4% of outstanding Trinity Industries, Inc. shares were held short. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of TRN stock.
Slipping from a C to a D rating, American Railcar Industries, Inc. (ARII) takes a hit this week. American Railcar Industries designs, manufactures, and sells hopper and tank railcars in North America. The stock gets F’s in Cash Flow and Sales Growth. To get an in-depth look at ARII, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of ARII stock.
This week, Manitowoc Company, Inc.’s (MTW) rating worsens to an F from the company’s D rating a week ago. Manitowoc is a diversified industrial manufacturer of cranes and related products and food service equipment. The stock gets F’s in Earnings Revisions and Earnings Surprise. As of Sept. 4, 2015, 15.6% of outstanding Manitowoc Company, Inc. shares were held short. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of MTW stock.
Watts Water Technologies, Inc. Class A (WTS) earns a D this week, moving down from last week’s grade of C. Watts Water Technologies designs, manufactures and sells a line of water safety and flow control products for the water quality, water conservation, water safety and water flow control markets. The stock gets F’s in Earnings Revisions and Earnings Surprise. The stock currently has a trailing PE Ratio of 41.00. To get an in-depth look at WTS, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of WTS stock.
This is a rough week for Kaydon Corporation (KDN). The company’s rating falls to F from the previous week’s D. Kaydon designs, manufactures, and sells custom-engineered products for a variety of industries, including aerospace, defense, and industrial. In Earnings Growth, Earnings Momentum, Cash Flow and Margin Growth the stock gets F’s. The stock’s trailing PE Ratio is 37.20. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of KDN stock.
Sun Hydraulics Corporation’s (SNHY) rating weakens this week, dropping to a D versus last week’s C. Sun Hydraulics designs and manufactures high-performance screw-in hydraulic cartridge valves and manifolds, which control force, speed and motion as integral components in fluid power systems. To get an in-depth look at SNHY, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of SNHY stock.
Dover Corporation (DOV) experiences a ratings drop this week, going from last week’s C to a D. Dover owns and operates a global portfolio of manufacturing companies that provide components and equipment, specialty systems and support services in the industrial products, engineered systems, fluid management and electronic technologies markets. For more information, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of DOV stock.
CIRCOR International, Inc. (CIR) gets weaker ratings this week as last week’s D drops to an F. CIRCOR designs, manufactures, and markets highly-engineered products, such as valves, that control the flow of fluids safely and efficiently in the energy, aerospace, and industrial markets. The stock gets F’s in Earnings Revisions and Sales Growth. To get an in-depth look at CIR, get Portfolio Grader’s complete analysis of CIR stock.
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