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Rockwell Automation Inc. (ROK)

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  • why has ROK revenue been on a decline the last 3 years? I am watching this stock as a potential benefactor of a highly automated society... opinions... please let me know how long you've been a holder of stock...
  • also who is major competitors...
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  • Anyone else laid off from Rockwell seeing a different separation date on the benefit portal vs your separation agreement? I discovered mine was the day I walked out the door instead of the agreed to date in the separation agreement. Check it out.
  • If ROK pulls back then it perhaps won't be a surprise given the current neutral performance (today) of 0.37%. The opposite could happen though. Yo you should really check out awes-omeSTOCKS, they seem on point with their stocks.
  • Exceptionally bearish based on the relative strnth indx. My prediction is that ROK is due for a pullback in the short-run. Idk exactly how LionS/tackalerts was able to predict this - lol I should have listened to them.
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    In addition to about 20 scientists whose research into the complex mechanics of climate change is funded by three federal agencies, there are dozens of others working on ways to slow the release of greenhouse gases through things like better batteries and alternative fuels.

    And there is even more research into issues such as the ways human health and drinking water will be affected and how farmers, foresters, wildlife managers and others can best adapt so that changes in climate don’t undermine their work, said Dan Vimont, CCR director.

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  • Gov. Scott Walker and the GOP-controlled Legislature approved a measure aimed at retroactively shielding paint makers from liability after a billionaire owner of a lead producer contributed $750,000 to a political group that provided crucial support to Walker and Republicans in recall elections, according to a report released Wednesday.

    Citing leaked documents gathered during a now-shuttered investigation into the governor's campaign, the Guardian U.S., an arm of the British newspaper, reported that Harold Simmons, owner of NL Industries, a producer of the lead formerly used in paint, made three donations totaling $750,000 to the Wisconsin Club for Growth between April 2011 and January 2012.

    Simmons' donations were made before and after Republicans approved two laws helpful to the industry — one in January 2011 and the other in June 2013. The 2013 measure was inserted in a budget bill in the middle of the night despite warnings about its constitutionality.
    The documents confirm earlier reports that Walker solicited millions of dollars for Wisconsin Club for Growth, a group then run by R.J. Johnson, one of his top campaign advisers. The Guardian story says Walker was warned in an email about potential "red flags" with Simmons, who died in 2013, including a magazine story that described him as "Dallas' most evil genius."

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  • Seems all the great American companies are being acquired by the world. When you have substandard leaders it leaves a gap for the world to take advantage of the weak minds. Sad part is probably most of this will be funded by cheap central bank debt partially funded by US federal reserve system to keep interest rates low.
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  • Rockwell Automation $ROK is looking a bit expensive by my calculations https://simplywall.st/NYSE:ROK/rockwell-automation

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