New Highs for DuPont's Superior-Run Rivals, SYT, MON!
Syngenta Touches All-Time Record High of 80.50
Good Afternoon, Bonsoir, Guten Abend, Buona Sera,
Investors, this morning saw a new all-time record high for the world's largest producer and seller of agro-chemicals. Shares of superior-managed Syngenta based in Switzerland touched 80.50 in morning trading, Nov. 29, 2012. Noteworthy is the fact that investors are now valuing Syngenta at nearly the same total price as the much larger lumbering DuPont chemical conglomerate, chemicals, materials, seeds, agro-chemicals, bio-stuff, and all. The market cap for SYT is $37 billion, rapidly approaching DD's cap of $41 billion.
As for seeds, the shares of Monsanto, the world's largest and leading innovator in genetically-engineered seeds, struck a new 52-week high of 92.98 this morning. In the meantime, the dreary shares of DuPont continue their 21st century-long flat line, trading in the low forties. DD has not traded as high as 60 for over twelve years, back on Feb. 3, 2000. DuPont is intractably mired in mediocrity thanks to its entrenched, inbred Management.
Merely the afternoon commentary and opinion of one individual retail investor and long-time student of the shrinking, sinking DuPont and its sub-performing inferior Management...funfun..