augie the gasman
I assume you are joking
I would not be buying anything currently since the market has not found a bottom
China's lowering of their interest rate did not help them out of their ongoing dive
PR has now announced that it can not pay the $76B they owe
and Greece is a disaster which will likely suck other EU members down with it
PR loans mainly are funded by the US---not good
Since the earnings period ended, the markets have jumped up and down nearly every other day in speculation over world debt, mainly Greece, however we now see countries other than Greece which may continue to rock the markets for months to come
DOW just dipped into the 17,6 range and default is scheduled for tomorrow ...another bad day?
Buy the one that GE will be bidding on after they complete the sale of most all of their finance businesses for a total of more than $100B..
Her first post challenging a "million dollar order" was on May 12th which still remains on the board,
However, she has actually posted three other times which after posting she promptly deletes from the board.
Her latest post was today, about 30 minutes ago and again promptly deleted.
All she is accomplishing is to keep her handle at the top of the board
If "gholloway98" is expecting any kind of assistance from Sara I would suggest you look elsewhere.
Will MNGA surge past $2.50 after the latest sale of its MagneGas® to a major transportation company in the US? Wall Street getting excited right about now.
ZEROTOL, this is a new day, orders will come via e-mail, text or paper. If you cannot accept a customer you will go out of business. If companies or anyone thinks that big orders will only come through the "normal" channels then they will get left behind.
gholloway......there is a certain protocol that has to be followed when dealing with these corporations when "coming off the street". If I attempt to order 100 Ford transmissions through the dealership via email, I would be left in a lurch. You have to get to know how to place an order and the proper channels are not easy to find when placing only ONE order which might just be the only order you will place. Don't blame Honeywell. You need experience in how to place an order.
gholloway98 - you might try contacting xylem co. xylem is a spin-off of ITT and they are more of a mainstream player in pumps of all types than Honeywell is.
Kevinharrell86, I tried to find the right part of the company to send my specification. I could not. As a result I sent a letter and specification to the Chairman and no response. I have sent Sara my phone number, no response. If it is hard to do business with a company I don't beg. I find someone else. GHolloway98
one person does not a company make...I will tell you this...if I have a million dollar order I want fullfilled I dont send a casual email hoping I got the right email or that the Chairman has enough time to read all his emails. I am calling the Company directly. Phone numbers are everywhere to be found. Much easier to do this. Sara's response below is outstanding, but I certainly would not expect to find a response such as hers on a message board. Again, if it is important then call. Opportunities come and go, but I think HON is doing well capitalizing on their opportunities. I would still reach out to HON, either it be Sara or calling and get a quote. It is in the best interest that you receive competitive quotes to maximize your companies profit as well. By taking a company that responded, doesnt really do that for sure. Good luck in placing the order with the best pricing, but I think HON will more than survive. Bad experiences occur in every single company and the larger the company the more times they occur, maybe not as a % but just due to sheer volume. Hopefully you are not that narrow-minded and do reach out to HON as noted above for your best interest. Later.
I bought Oct 27 2014 and am up 12.48%, so yes I am very happy. So I am in line for 25% growth in a years time, potentially, but I dont think it will repeat over the next year. But I expect a slow continued growth providing some cash flow...I too am moving towards larger value stocks that have divi increases. I have GE, HON, JNJ, RPM but I also mix it with some growth stocks such as GILD, AMBA, AAPL, a couple banks/insur, WFC, BAC, AIG, and have some oil - CVX, PSX and other such as F, BA - so quite the mix of value, growth, etc.
I look at %'s, so ya it is a big move. Though with that said a huge multi-national that has slow growth, I would probably think a 25% move is less likely than a high-growth small cap. But with the multinational there is likely less risk which is also muted by the 3% divi. My point was not comparing stocks but looking at HON and saying a 25% growth in stock valuation is not likely in this environment, and probably in most environment. Can it grow 8% to 15%...sure and I expect it to. Happy with 8% + divi, and extremely happy with 15% + divi. I think 25% is a bit ambitious. Not saying it could not happen, but it likely gets ahead of itself if it does.
If a $10.66 stock ran up to $13.28 in a short period of time no one would think it was a monster move. But I understand why the 100 dollar stock moving to 132 seems tremendous. Thats why I used to buy 10 dollar stocks but now in my older age I buy value stocks that raise the dividend yearly like HON and ITW and MMM.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Super Customer service.....This one post convinced me to be a shareholder
Great post Sara. Hope there are positive results for both Honeywell and gholloway98. Can you also talk to the boss about 2 for 1 Stock Split? Seriously. Thanks.
Hi @gholloway98, We'd like to talk to you about this. Could you send us an email to email@example.com? Thank you! -- Sara