American Woodmark Corp
American Woodmark (NASDAQ: AMWD) has generated a sweet return for its shareholders for more than a year. Since the end of 2011, its stock price has more than tripled, from $11 per share to $32 per share. Zacks has ranked the company as a strong buy. However, the stock seems to be quite expensive at 66.54 times forward earnings. Is American Woodmark expensive at its current price, or is more »
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Fortune Brands Home & Security (NYSE: FBHS) is a business engaged in manufacturing of home and security products. The company fulfills the dreams of homeowners and helps people feel more secure. The Company's trusted brands represent a premier name in the Building Products sector, which includes Master Lock security products, MasterBrand cabinets, Moen faucets, Simonton windows and Therma-Tru entry door systems. The company was spun off from Fortune Brands in more »
Since Fortune Brands Home & Security (NYSE: FBHS), a provider of home furnishings and security products, became an independent publicly traded company in September 2011, the stock price has risen 126%, more or less consistently. Now, economic theory tells us that it is rational for company insiders to diversify their wealth away from the same company that is responsible for much of their income. The primary exception would be if an more »
Upgrades and downgrades are positive (negative) changes in the rating of a security. An upgrade is usually triggered by a steady improvement in the fundamentals and financials of the entity that has issued the security. Downgrade ratings are vice versa. Changes in the analyst rating could hit the company’s stock price significantly. Watch out the current rating decisions. Here is a current list of recent company upgrades and downgrades more »