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Danaher Corp. Message Board

  • steeleheader2001 steeleheader2001 Feb 14, 2007 3:21 PM Flag

    Hi new to DHR

    just stumbled accross this company as one of the competitors of the company I work for. Anyway I have been doing some research and I am very impressed with what I have found. The chart is a picture of perfection all the way back to the eithties with no major glitches at all. This appears to be a money printing machine can this continue I am very intrigued. Looking for an entry.

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    • I worked for DHR for a number of years after an acquisition. I found them extremely competent and very disciplined. Some people do not like that and they will often complain on this board and try to impune DHR's credibility. In the end these complainers end up discrediting themselves.

      I would hate to compete with DHR because they "play to win" and know how to do it. Another of their beliefs is that "the best team wins" and they strive to field the best team. And of course DBS is a great management tool. They really know how to focus on what is important for business success!

      That is why that have achieved such consistant success.

      Z

    • You sound like myself about 2 years ago...
      Also stumbled across this fine company back then and was impressed with its chart and past success.
      It's like a mini-GE back in the 1980's.
      Anyway, it doesn't have too much volatility as you can probably tell from the max chart, I wouldn't be too concerned about an entry price as it will slowly, slowly, go up...all things staying the same. Whenever it dips abit, if I have some extra cash I add more.
      good luck

 
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