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Emerson Electric Co. (EMR)

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    Harry
    Harry
    any estimates on rebuild potential business for emerson and gulf flooding?
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    brad
    brad
    EMR always seems to drop on decent earnings followed by a nice rebound.
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous

    I am for those means which will give the greatest good to the greatest number. http://dataunion.tistory.com/7467

    Emerson Electric Co_ NYSE $EMR Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 4,338 NYSE Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.3 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stocks
    dataunion.tistory.com
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    saiani
    saiani
    Why down so much today?
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    Riley
    Riley
    Where will it stop?? $50???
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    Lenaty
    Lenaty
    TA looks great with potential to begin ripping higher. The buy rating at 9trading is set to 6. Target: $73.79.
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    Steve-382
    Steve-382
    Well, the dollar is now back at 12 year highs. Does that mean we will have to listen to currency translation excuses again during the earnings calls?
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    OK, ETN & EMR are soaring post election. I can see EPA related, financial & energy sectors possibly benefiting from a Republican gov't, however I'm missing why these two industrials are moving higher. Also missing the sell off in consumer food. TIA
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    Big Bazzoo
    Big Bazzoo
    Here's evidence how poorly written Zacks reports are. This is their summary on their latest Emerson report. Obviously, they don't know what thwarting means?

    Given such tough economic conditions and dwindling order numbers the company projects underlying sales to be down 5–6% in fiscal 2016. The company believes that this situation is unlikely to improve before 2018, thus thwarting the Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell) company’s prospects.
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    Michael
    Michael
    Must be benefiting from Rockwell's upgrade. It is the only explanation that I can come up with for today's big move up.I guess they are in similar businesses.
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    MARTIN
    MARTIN
    They sell the only division that has began a turnaround and now is making $$$$ Network Power. David Farr is No Chuck Knight. Get out of this company while you can. Took my profits and ran for the door!
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    Doug
    Doug
    Tyco walks away with Johnson Controls, great buy
    Farr walks away with Pentair- dog nobody wants
    Where's Chuck when you need him?
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    uwtiripoff
    uwtiripoff
    what can you say about a leadership team that takes a 24 Billion dollars in sales company to a 14 B dollars in sales company over the past year? Now they are going to take all the companies money to buy junk business that others are trying to offload.
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    uwtiripoff
    uwtiripoff
    these guys should buy back their stock vs buying junk companies that others are trying to unload. They have already proven they have zero leadership ability because they manage a building full of overpaid salary people in St. Louis.
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    Jorge
    Jorge
    Management has bought a real business.
    Now they better begin extracting some benefit for the owners rather than self gratification.
    I for one believe that automation is the great promise of the technology developments in solid state and communications.
    What is lacking though is that benefits should accrue to Owners and then to Managers. Not the other way around.
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    Scout Finance App
    Scout Finance App
    Emerson is buying Pentair's Valves & Controls business for $3.15 billion $EMR
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    uwtiripoff
    uwtiripoff
    they sold off junk that they did not want, only to turn around and purchase "junk businesses" that nobody else wants.....
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    Scout Finance App
    Scout Finance App
    Emerson is offering about $2 billion for Pentair's valves & controls businesses $EMR $PNR
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    keith
    keith
    what happened to market pulse