Cummins Inc. (CMI)
Cummins, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, sale and service of diesel and natural gas engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handing, filtration, emission, solutions and electrical power generation systems. It operates through the following segments: Engine, Distribution, Components, and Power Generation segments. The Engine segment manufactures and markets a range of diesel and natural gas powered engines under the Cummins brand name, for the heavy- and medium-duty truck, bus, recreational vehicle, light-duty automotive, agricultural, construction, mining, marine, oil and gas, rail and governmental equipment markets. The Distribution segment consists of parts, engines, power generation and service, which service and distributes range of its products and services. The Components segment supplies products which complement its Engine and Power Systems segment, including aftertreatment systems, turbochargers, filtration products and fuel systems for commercial diesel applications. The Power Generation segment designs and manufactures most of the components that make up power generation systems, including controls, alternators, transfer switches and switchgear. Cummins was founded by Clessie Lyle Cummins and William Glanton Irwin on February 3, 1919 and is headquartered in Columbus, IN.
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Wednesday, October 02, 2013
What are the most ‘liked’ stocks in Skaffold ASX?
With 67 votes Flight Centre (FLT) tops the list for the most liked stock of all time (its been ranked #1 for a few months now). Cedar Woods Properties (CWP), JB Hi-Fi (JBH), Codan (CDA) and Titan Energy Services (TTN) round out the top five.
As for the most disliked stocks, Hawkley Oil and Gas (HOG) tops the list with 13 ‘Dislike’ votes’. Next is Leighton Holdings (LEI) on 11 votes, Codan (CDA) with 10, and McMillan Shakesphere (MMS) and REA Group (REA) with 9 dislike votes each.
Skaffold members can now see a snapshot of the most liked and disliked stocks in Skaffold. Just login and navigate to Votes.
Friday, August 30, 2013
At the start of August 33 top stocks were rated A1 by Skaffold, and another 94 were rated A2. Fast forward to close of trade on 28 August and 30 companies achieved Skaffold’s premium A1 Score for balance sheet quality and business performance. 80 stocks are rated A2.
Running a quick filter in Skaffold for A1 top stocks, then switching to the Table View to find those forecast to increase in value over the next few years, 21 A1 stocks remain. After a closer look to determine which companies have updated in Skaffold based upon their latest financial results, we are left with 13.
Of the 80 stocks rated A2, Skaffold forecasts positive growth for 53.
Thursday, August 29, 2013
In the last two days three A1 stocks lost their premium Skaffold Scores, and another 10 have fallen out of the A2 club. Flight Centre (FLT) and Codan (CDA) once again delivered impressive results and retained their A1 Scores. Which stocks are you watching?
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Wednesday, March 06, 2013
CMI Limited (CMI) has rejoined the A1 club. Competitor ARB Corp (ARP) is also rated A1 by Skaffold. Whilst ARB’s business model is focused on the manufacture and distribution of 4x4 accessories for recreational 4WD vehicles, CMI’s expands beyond 4WD accessories to include specialist cabling and electrical products for a range of industry sectors that includes light commercial and heavy transport vehicles. Unfortunately both companies are trading at prices higher than Skaffold’s intrinsic value estimate.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
With so many Aussie companies releasing their results recently, it’s easy to forget that many other stock exchanges around the world are also in the middle of reporting season.
Fortunately with Skaffold Global it’s easy to stay on top of some of the world’s largest companies, listed on exchanges spanning Asia, the United States and Europe.