Honeywell’s Safety and Productivity Solutions: Acquisition Wave
Honeywell International’s (HON) Safety and Productivity Solutions segment is a fairly new segment and its lowest revenue contributor, accounting for 14.0% of total revenue.
Honeywell International’s (HON) Performance Materials and Technologies segment accounted for 22.3% of Honeywell’s total revenue in 3Q17.
Honeywell International’s (HON) Home and Building Technologies (or HBT) segment accounted for 27.6% of Honeywell’s total revenue in 3Q17.
Reported revenue for Honeywell International’s (HON) Aerospace segment was $3.7 billion, an increase of 1.7% on a year-over-year basis.
Honeywell (HON) reported revenue of $10.1 billion in 3Q17, a 3.2% rise on a reported basis over 3Q16.
Honeywell International (HON) announced its 3Q17 earnings on October 20, 2017. It reported EPS (earnings per share) of $1.75, a 9.4% rise on a year-over-year basis.
As of October 12, 2017, Honeywell (HON) has a one-year forward PE (price-to-earnings) multiple of 18.8x.
As of October 12, 2017, Honeywell (HON) is being tracked by 20 analysts. About 80.0% of them have recommended a “buy” for the stock.
As of October 12, 2017, analysts are expecting Honeywell to post 3Q17 EPS (earnings per share) of $1.74, a rise of 8.8% on a year-over-year basis.
As of October 12, 2017, analysts are expecting Honeywell (HON) to post revenue of $10.0 billion in 3Q17, a rise of approximately 2.0% on a year-over-year basis.
Honeywell (HON) is set to announce its 3Q17 earnings on October 20, 2017, during market hours. Since 2Q17, HON stock has risen 4.7%, and on a year-to-date basis, it has risen 23.8%.
Honeywell (HON) plans to announce its 2Q17 earnings on July 21, 2017, before the market opens. Since its 1Q17 earnings release, the company has gained 6.5%.
J.B. Hunt is way ahead of its peers based on the PE ratio and PBV ratio. J.B. Hunt outperformed its ETFs based on the price movement, PE ratio, and PBV ratio.
J.B. Hunt (JBHT) has a market cap of $8.7 billion. After the earnings report in 3Q15, it rose by 3.3% to close at $75.09 per share as of October 14, 2015.
Durable goods orders are for items meant to last three or more years. The U.S. Census Bureau released the advance durable goods orders report for April on Tuesday, May 27.
Atlas is not a straightforward recovery story, and it will likely require some patience this year, but the underlying sector and company themes suggest the worst may be behind management.
The company’s operating results during the fourth quarter were supported by the investments made to strengthen and diversify its business mix, including its 747-8 freighters in ACMI.
Atlas’ management team has no doubt made a major capital bet over the last few years. I want to highlight a few reasons why I believe the Atlas shares are a potential bargain, not a value trap.
Several carriers carved out a substantial profit center during the 2000s from cargo and passenger transportation of U.S. military deployments.
Business confidence, a leading indicator of trade activity and (by proxy) air cargo demand (FTKs), began to improve in Q4 after a fairly unimpressive 2013.