Republic Services Inc

RSG-N

NYSE:RSG

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Republic Services, Inc is the second largest provider of non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, disposal, recycling, and energy services in the United States, as measured by revenue.
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March 21, 2017

(A Top Pick March 15/16. Up 32%.) If you think the economy is getting better, then waste is a great business to be in. It is dependent on economic activity. He also likes Waste Connections (WCN-N).

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(A Top Pick March 15/16. Up 32%.) If you think the economy is getting better, then waste is a great business to be in. It is dependent on economic activity. He also likes Waste Connections (WCN-N).

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March 15, 2016

The US economy is slowly improving, and waste is going to grow along with that. The industry has been consolidating and there have been a number of consolidations which keeps the industry profitable. It is completely dependent on economic growth in the US. They’ll grow their earnings at about 10% per year. Have grown dividends 8.5% per year and have hundreds of landfill sites and hundreds of waste collection areas in 41 states.

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The US economy is slowly improving, and waste is going to grow along with that. The industry has been consolidating and there have been a number of consolidations which keeps the industry profitable. It is completely dependent on economic growth in the US. They’ll grow their earnings at about 10% per year. Have grown dividends 8.5% per year and have hundreds of landfill sites and hundreds of waste collection areas in 41 states.

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August 2, 2012

When you drill into GDP data, private sector GDP was above 3% while public sector DGP was below.

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When you drill into GDP data, private sector GDP was above 3% while public sector DGP was below.

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May 13, 2010
2nd largest waste management. Highest EBITDA in the company's history at 31%. Paying down debt. Expects a share buyback or dividend increase later this year.
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2nd largest waste management. Highest EBITDA in the company's history at 31%. Paying down debt. Expects a share buyback or dividend increase later this year.
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February 23, 2010
(Top Pick Jan 16/09, Up 8%) Still likes it. Paying down debt. Can either buy back shares at end of year or increase dividend.
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(Top Pick Jan 16/09, Up 8%) Still likes it. Paying down debt. Can either buy back shares at end of year or increase dividend.
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January 16, 2009
Garbage. Recently merged with Allied Waste to become the 2nd largest player in the US. Own 25% of the landfill. Debt to EBITDA will be about 2.9 times. Have a plan to pay down the debt, not buy back shares and will get about $70 million in synergies on their merger. Cheap at 6X cash flow.
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Garbage. Recently merged with Allied Waste to become the 2nd largest player in the US. Own 25% of the landfill. Debt to EBITDA will be about 2.9 times. Have a plan to pay down the debt, not buy back shares and will get about $70 million in synergies on their merger. Cheap at 6X cash flow.
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