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With the stock market trading at 34% above its historic P/E ratio, can Parker-Hannifin still make an excellent long-term dividend growth investment -- even at today's price?
Siemens is buying Dresser-Rand to extract as much as possible out of the growing oil and gas opportunities in North America, and to become a formidable competitor to GE.
Parker-Hannifin is a boring industrial dividend growth stock, but one that has been one of the most consistent market outperformers of the last two decades. This article examines the company's most recent earnings to see if long-term investors can expect the winning streak to continue.