Rally into green today was great, but I sold anyway. Sitting on a good profit since earnings, not willing to risk giving that up. Good questions. I'm having a hard time believing the EEOC thing is going to amount to anything; Honeywell seems to have a strong defense ready for that. Waiting for a dip now.
Is the EEOC complaint and the Metropolis accident affecting the stock?
Now that QE is behind us, is the broader markets starting to focus on the Senate elections?
I would like to have the ability to time share transactions with buybacks
Dave Cote, as of 11-4-2013 owned 692,631 shares...must be nice!!
Oh no. I didn't get the memo now that I am an outsider. Insiders always seem to have a unique ability to pick stock highs and avoid stock slides.
HON may be overacting to record oil lows today on potential impact to UOP. Sometimes good news is bad news.
too bad you missed 2012 it went up 50 percent............60 to youre 90..........a repeat of that would give me 135 eoy 2015.............to bad you don't own some.bye bye
going to 120 next year...........soon as spammers see 2016 numbers during next earnings report the numbers will be over 7 dollars per share for 2016 put a 16 multiple on that you get 110 17 multiple you get 119...no split keep the float low.............
I have held HON since it was Garrett, and it definitely made me wealthy. This is not a trading stock, this is a long hold stock. I was lucky enough to work for Garrett when they matched dollar for dollar your investment in the 401K plan. Best thing I ever did was to buy all stock and have it matched with all stock! Garrett became Allied Signal, then they bought Honeywell and kept the name because of global recognition. Just a little history lesson this fine Wednesday morning :)
Techs still show sell
Support today calculated at $88.02 w/ resistance at $91.80
Still lost a nickel
Could take another hit if external forces are not favorable
and that looks like it may now be resistance...if it punches through on decent volume it might be a buy signal
Good job Earl, HON won't make you wealthy, (at least not me) but you can depend on solid, consistent growth. Dave Cote consistently delivers quarter after quarter growth - with $10 billion dollars ready to invest.......it's hard to stay away....the quarterly dividend of $0.45/per share, doesn't hurt either......Spanky