If you are looking for out-of-favor stocks trading at what look like cheap prices, this trio has you covered -- and they all pay dividends.
News & Analysis: A. O. Smith
A.O. Smith is well off its highs so far in 2019, with China being a key negative -- but there's more to the company than one country.
AOS earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
These reliable dividend payers, all veteran operators in their respective sectors, are about to make their shareholders incrementally richer.
Not every company deserves to be in your 50-year portfolio, but owning these three could pay off handsomely.
AOS earnings call for the period ending July 30, 2019.
If you're looking for tremendous growth, these three stocks should have plenty of room to run.
A.O. Smith got creamed in May and started to rebound in June, but it is still well off its early-year highs thanks to some negative press.
Even if the trade war went away tomorrow, there'd still be big risks to investing in the top overseas market.
The company got hit by a mix of end-market and stock-specific issues.