With the split does this mean that MTW has got
something big about to happen?? I have heard that they have
signed up a different dealership in Florida and that
they have placed a large order for
Should I put up the ranch??
mtw hit forty dollars today. if anyone can rember
( post # 240 ) i called for forty at the end of
april. next target i will set, will be fifty at the end
of july 1999. i am long on mtw, and fifty a share
will just be one step of many to come.
I would have to agree with you on the brats. We can get them here in MI. I printed up your message and am taking it with me for reference. Maybe I will run in to you at the meeting.
That place in Two Rivers (Trivers) is called
Kurtz's,Go past McDonalds, on the left, after you go over
the bridge. Great Beers, but only sandwiches.Another
place is the Elbow Room, about 2 blocks N.W. of the
Maritime Museum. Manitowoc has only (2) ---one way
streets. They run North & South. Generally speaking,
numbered streets run North & South, named streets run East
& West. There are 2 exits (some people say 3).
One(1) from the South (I think it's 147 or 149) there's
a Holiday Inn at that exit. This will be on the
South side of town. The other is a couple of miles
North. It's the Waldo Blvd. exit, (I think it's 153 or
somthing like that.This is the North exit.No businesses
there. Just an antique store.
If your traveling
from the South, about 2 miles South of the South exit,
look to your right (East). Off in the distance you can
see a large building with a red colored in circle,
running through the circle you'll see the name MANITOWOC.
That's the South Works (the Manitowoc Co.) When you get
off at that exit, go past the Holiday Inn, about a
1/2 mile down on you right is the Visitors Center,
They'll get you where you want to go. If your traveling
to Manitowoc by car, Bring a cooler. There's a place
in town called Chek-Maks' meats. I believe you can
buy meats(sawsages,hot dogs,Ring Bologna) at the
plant.Don't get the brats. Locate Johnsonville brats a any
grocery store or stop in the village of Johnsonville
(around Sheboygan)at their plant on your trip back.
Johnsonville brats are THE BEST.Cher-mak meat are real good,
but not their brats. I should know, when I was
growing up, my parents fried(bar-b-qued) out All the
time. I mean, when my dad bought char-coal, he bought
it by the ton (50--20lb. bags)and that's no B.S.
Their chart disappeared after the recent split.
Maybe Yahoo hasn't figured out how to account for
Definitely feel it is undervalued. P/E around 12, consistent
earnings growth, small cap but still leaders in their
business segments. Share price could be 70 and still their
p/e would be reasonable by todays standards.
it sounds like you are thinking about drinking a
little while you are there. (Read your last post again
if you don't understand me)
Why doesn't yahoo
provide a chart for MTW? Maybe it is just a temporary bug
haunting me when I happen to want to do a little
Do you people feel MTW is undervalued?
I have been out of the Manty area for a couple of
years but get back there every year since my parents
and siblings still reside there. There is a place on
right in the beginning of Two Rivers when you enter it
from Lakeshore Drive on the opposite side of from the
McDonalds. It is a bar/resturant that features a good
selection of beer and german food. On the west side of
Manty(out by WalMart and ShopKo on Route 42) there is a
Friar Tucks, not bad. If you want to venture out, There
is Stocks Supper Club if it is still in business,
known for there Prime Rib. Bernsteins(on 8th downtown)
that was mentioned is a must go to in Manty. Inn on
the Maritime Bay, has a very good resturant(a little
more money) and great view of lake michigan. Can't
think of many more off the top of my head and if I do I
will send them.
From the Manty CheeseHead in
Yooper - Sounds like I am going to have to check
this place out. You are the second person to suggest
it. This leads me to believe that you both know each
other....or it's really good!
Thanks for the