Pall Corp

  • One Blood Management Company For Red Hot Returns

    By Madhukar Dubey - August 19, 2013 | Tickers: GRFS, HAE, PLL

    The global blood processing products and consumables market revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.9% over the next six years, to reach a market worth $49.16 billion in 2019. An increase in the aging population, growing number of cancer therapies, and rise in surgical operations are among few reasons responsible for this growth.

    Haemonetics (NYSE: HAE), market leader in the blood-collection equipment market with around more »

  • Environmental Clean Stocks: Pollution Control

    By patricio kehoe - August 2, 2013 | Tickers: CCC, PLL, TTEK

    With an increasing demand for cleaner water, tap water is not enough these days. As individuals become more health-conscious, water filters are ever more common. Also, industries continually strive to offer a better product, free from any kind of pollution. Hence, changing market preferences offer a growing opportunity to companies like Tetra Tech (NASDAQ: TTEK), Calgon Carbon (NYSE: CCC), and Pall (NYSE: PLL). Are they following suit?

    Cleaning worldwide

    With more »

  • This Industrial Business Could be a Good Pick Now

    By Anh HOANG - July 16, 2013 | Tickers: ENTG, PLL, PH

    Since the beginning of the year, Entegris (NASDAQ: ENTG) has not performed well, returning only 7.2%, much lower than S&P 500’s return of more than 17.8%. Entegris is in the portfolio of several famous investors including Steven Cohen, Jim Simons and Chuck Royce. Is this stock a good buy for investors at its current trading price? Let’s find out.

    Fluctuating revenue and profits, but strong more »

  • The Winners and Losers From Alcoa's Report

    By Lee Samaha - July 12, 2013 | Tickers: AA, AME, GE, PLL

    Investors always like to look at Alcoa’s (NYSE: AA) earnings and use them as a guide to the rest of earnings season. In the latest second-quarter results, there were some surprising elements which deserve to be looked at in more detail. In this article, I want to examine Alcoa’s end market commentary and discuss the implications for some companies which you might be looking at.

    Alcoa changes guidance more »

  • Why Investors Should Be Cautious Over China

    By Lee Samaha - June 25, 2013 | Tickers: FDX, ORCL, PLL

    There are two ways of looking at developments on the macro-economic front.

    The first is to take a top down approach and analyze as much economic data as you can get your hands on. The second is to build up a macro view by aggregating knowledge from looking at a large number of micro sources such as company earnings.

    In this article I want to do the latter and look more »

  • Warning Signs for the Industrial Sector?

    By Lee Samaha - June 21, 2013 | Tickers: AA, AME, GE, PLL

    When looking at a stock it is always tempting to take an initial peek at its share price graph to make a quick and easy assessment. In the case of Pall Corp (NYSE: PLL) and its impressive looking chart, it would be easy to conclude that things are going great, but the reality is that it has been a challenging environment for the industrial sector.

    In summary, there are some more »

  • Filtration Systems Industry: 3 Companies Explained

    By Louie Grint - June 13, 2013 | Tickers: CCC, DCI, PLL

    As production processes become more specific, the use of quality filtration systems becomes a necessity. Game-changing technologies in electronics, biotechnology, medical and pharmaceutical industries use various filtration products, which is boosting revenues for its producers. In addition, the increase in environmental regulations makes it hard for clients to curb their spending in these systems, realizing high growth potential.

    Let’s see how three filtration system producers are performing.

    Currency exposure more »

  • Water, Water Everywhere; An Overlooked Investment Opportunity

    By Jeff Stouffer - June 10, 2013 | Tickers: FIW, FLS, PLL, PNR

    Editor's Note: This post has been modified to better discuss Pall's business model.

    As common as water is and all the everyday uses it has, the taken-for-granted posture of most people keeps this crucial resource out of mind for seeking profits.

    According to a Congressional Budget Office report created in 2002, the average annual investment in water and wastewater infrastructure is estimated between $11.6 billion to $20 more »

  • Growth Picks From The Baron Funds: Part 1

    By Reuben Brewer - May 23, 2013 | Tickers: DGI, PLL, PNK

    The Baron fund family is a predominantly small- and mid-cap growth shop with a solid long-term record of performance and a history of owning companies for long periods of time. Growth investors should take a look at recent additions Pall Corp. (NYSE: PLL), Pinnacle Entertainment (NYSE: PNK), and DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI).

    A Hand Shake

    Ron Baron's first quarter comment recounts a story about Jay Pritzker, the principal owner of more »

  • Keep An Eye On This Filtration Company

    By Matthew Frankel - May 22, 2013 | Tickers: FLS, GE, PLL, PNR

    Pall (NYSE: PLL) is one of the leading producers of filters for use in a variety of industries. With the market at, or very close to, all-time highs, it becomes more important than ever to hunt for the remaining bargain plays. A lot of times you can find these in sectors that don’t get much coverage by the financial media, and that is what leads me to take a more »

  • Big Profits in Clean Water

    By Reuben Brewer - April 18, 2013 | Tickers: LMT, PLL, XYL

    Water is a vital ingredient for human life. Companies that help ensure that there is enough clean water look increasingly important, which means they could be increasingly good investments.

    Clean Water

    The United States is blessed with many things. An important one is clean water. Not only do we have plentiful supplies of potable water, but we have the systems in place to safely deliver that water to homes and more »

  • The Search of a Well Oiled Machine

    By Chris Hodge - April 16, 2013 | Tickers: ITW, PLL, ROP

    I like machinery manufacturer stocks to a point. On the one hand, the fact that they tend to service long-term contracts means that their business model is more stable than, say consumer electronics companies. I like stability and plenty of profitability, so I'm going to check out some companies that appear very profitable and try to determine whether this trend is likely to continue. I'm even trying to more »

  • Filling Healthcare's Niches

    By Reuben Brewer - April 8, 2013 | Tickers: LDR, PLL, SRCL

    The healthcare industry in The United States is going through a period of massive change. However, there are some products and services that are highly likely to remain in demand. Stericycle (NASDAQ: SRCL), Landauer (NYSE: LDR), and Pall Corp. (NYSE: PLL) all look set to maintain key market positions no matter what happens.

    A big change

    Perhaps the one thing that president Obama will be remembered for is the healthcare more »

  • Big Profits in Clean Water

    By Reuben Brewer - April 6, 2013 | Tickers: LMT, PLL, XYL

    Water is a vital ingredient for human life. Companies that help ensure that there is enough clean water look increasingly important, which means they could be increasingly good investments.

    Clean Water

    The United States is blessed with many things. An important one is clean water. Not only do we have plentiful supplies of potable water, but we have the systems in place to safely deliver that water to homes and more »

  • Big Profits in Clean Water

    By Reuben Brewer - April 6, 2013 | Tickers: LMT, PLL, XYL

    Water is a vital ingredient for human life. Companies that help ensure that there is enough clean water look increasingly important, which means they could be increasingly good investments.

    Clean Water

    The United States is blessed with many things. An important one is clean water. Not only do we have plentiful supplies of potable water, but we have the systems in place to safely deliver that water to homes and more »

  • The Search for a Well Oiled Machine

    By Chris Hodge - April 4, 2013 | Tickers: ITW, PLL, ROP

    I like machinery manufacturer stocks to a point. On the one hand, the fact that they tend to service long-term contracts means that their business model is more stable than, say consumer electronics companies. I like stability and plenty of profitability, so I'm going to check out some companies that appear very profitable and try to determine whether this trend is likely to continue. I'm even trying to more »

  • Filling Healthcare's Niches

    By Reuben Brewer - April 3, 2013 | Tickers: LDR, PLL, SRCL

    The healthcare industry in The United States is going through a period of massive change. However, there are some products and services that are highly likely to remain in demand. Stericycle (NASDAQ: SRCL), Landauer (NYSE: LDR), and Pall Corp. (NYSE: PLL) all look set to maintain key market positions no matter what happens.

    A Big Change

    Perhaps the one thing that president Obama will be remembered for is the healthcare more »

  • Big Profits In Clean Water

    By Reuben Brewer - April 3, 2013 | Tickers: LMT, PLL, XYL

    Water is a vital ingredient for human life. Companies that help ensure that there is enough clean water look increasingly important, which means they could be increasingly good investments.

    Clean Water

    The United States is blessed with many things. An important one is clean water. Not only do we have plentiful supplies of potable water, but we have the systems in place to safely deliver that water to homes and more »

  • Are Purification Stocks Worth Investing In?

    By Zain Abbas - April 3, 2013 | Tickers: DCI, PHG, PLL

    After reaching their 52 weeks high, the suppliers of filtration and purification technologies are not currently being recommended by the Street as well as investors. I have picked out two stocks and tried to analyze whether they still have some spice to go up or not.

    Donaldson Company (NYSE: DCI)

    Investment Thesis: Higher aftermarket penetration rates are likely to materialize as new technology becomes a bigger part of the installed more »

  • Insiders Have Bought These Stocks Recently

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - March 18, 2013 | Tickers: APA, BDBD, FCX, PLL, UPL

    Studies show that stocks bought by insiders tend to slightly outperform the overall market (read more about studies on insider trading). We think that this is because insider purchases signal that the insider is more confident in the company than usual; the benefits of diversification are high enough that they should overcome any casual desire to purchase stock. Of course, insiders aren’t always correct in their assessment, but confidence more »

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