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BUY
Engineering in the industrial sector. Finds the energy spinoff more interesting. Gives you exposure to classic gas turbines, as well as to one of the biggest wind turbines in the world. Neat way to play economic recovery, while getting exposure to renewables. Always consider liquidity of the ADR when looking at dual listings.
electrical / electronic
COMMENT
An engineering business. They are all over the world in many areas. Siemens Energy, which was spun out last fall, would be where he would look at. It gives you exposure to clean power, since it is well positioned in off-shore and on-shore wind energy, as well as gas.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
He tries to stay away from conglomerates because they trade at a big discount to net asset value. He is concerned about it being a self help story. The catalysts will be unfolding slowly.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
Sold in Q4. The poster child of industrial technology. But they got caught up in the European slowdown. Price target of Euros 150.
electrical / electronic
COMMENT

Because it is capital equipment, has tended to suffer with concerns about growth. It now looks to be breaking out. Got hit very badly in the recession but it did hit a new all-time high early 2011. If people are more at ease with the outlook for Chinese growth, this is a major provider of industrial equipment to emerging economies.

electrical / electronic
HOLD

Good company with a rising dividend. Average earnings growth for the last 5 years has been 5%, which is indicative of a very large infrastructure company similar to General Electrics, etc. You get cash flow growth on a consistent basis. 5-year dividend average growth is 19%, which is almost 3 times what the norm is. If the economy doesn’t recover, then you are going to have some bumps and it could just go sideways.

electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY

Solid company. The only question he would have is the timing at this particular stage. Wouldn’t favour a portfolio that is heavily weighted industrial oriented at this point. He expects very slow levels of global economic growth. Not a typical environment where an industrial stock would do particularly well. You could probably get it cheaper and it won’t grow dramatically until there is better global growth.

electrical / electronic
BUY
This is the General Electric of Europe. 40% of its sales are green, that is in helping with environmental issues. It's off by a 3rd in the last year but there are some encouraging signs in the 2nd quarter with revenues up 9% and its revenues in the US were up 18% while the order book was down, reflecting what is happening in Europe. Decent dividend yield of 3.4%.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
European equivalent to General Electric (GE-N). In power generation, transmission and distribution. Also in automation, etc. A conglomerate. Did a good job of bringing down there cost structure recently. Doesn't think you will get the margin improvements from the cost side anymore. Spending into a Asia but are tied to Europe, which will hurt them in the next little while. You can probably buy cheaper.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
Largest conglomerate in Germany. There are great opportunities to pick up opportunities like this with the recent sell off. They are going to have to work hard in the upcoming cycle to grow. Smaller companies can do this more easily. ABB, Snider are good examples.
electrical / electronic
DON'T BUY
(Market Call Minute.) You'd be better off buying General Electric (GE-N). Not a well-run company.
electrical / electronic
WAIT
Going through a little retrenchment right now. Had a lot of layoffs and has a lawsuit hanging over them. Also investigations on trade practices. At some point here it is going to become fairly decent value. There is no rush to get into it. Price to cash flow of less than 5 would be a sign that it is getting cheap.
electrical / electronic
WAIT
One of the top European companies as far as quality is concerned. Their falloff has been standard along with all the other industrials. 2.2% yield. Free cash flow yield after interest rates so it is still attractive here. If there is another correction in the summer, you might get a better opportunity.
electrical / electronic
SELL
It’s hard to know if management is trustworthy.
electrical / electronic
BUY on WEAKNESS
It's on his working list, and if it was the right price he would buy it. (It's close now). Has gone through a scandal and changed the CEO because of it. Were trying to be all things to all people, now are reining in their focus.
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Siemens(SI-N) Rating

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