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Emerson Electric Co. (0R33.L)

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96.22-0.49 (-0.51%)
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  • j
    jack
    Has Emerson ever grown its top line revenue or does it just buy companies to artificially grow?
  • B
    Brian
    Time to buy EMR
  • J
    Jorge
    Does EMR has any involvement in the coming electrification part of green power?
    Wind mill management comes to mind with preventive maintenance to reduce down time and or catastrophic failure.
  • D
    Dana Point
    What's up with EMR that past few days?
  • r
    reaganontherokz
    love it when chinese companies like EMR are down
  • N
    Nancy
    Fairly high beta. With inflation rising, isn't this a good time to sell?
  • J
    John
    Going to take some time for new CEO to make up for past CEO mistakes Hope he can bring it back to Chick Knights days
  • 4
    4CryinOutLoud
    I worked for Emerson as an EE for many years. The company gave out annual stock bonuses each year, and I bought 1 share per month for nearly 40 years and still doing it. I'm not yet retired but close and Emerson dividends (along with select other equities) will power my retirement lifestyle.
  • M
    MickinMD
    There aren't many comments on this board, but EMR is a great stock to own that has durable competitive advantage and long, steady growth in earnings and revenues whose dividend has been raised for 60 straight years!
    I own it through it DSPP (DRIP through which you can buy your initial shares) administered by computershare.com. You can set up automatic, no-fee investments of as little as $25/month and it's a great way to build a position by Dollar Cost Averaging. It took a hit into the $40's through 2015 due to its exposure to oil: it makes the controls that run ocean rigs among many other things, but it's bouncing back now and it's earnings are not mostly dependent on oil.
  • A
    Alexander
    Looks like a stock split is due? based on historical?
  • J
    JJ
    I think it’s a good buy for long term investment. Nice divy and room for the price to grow.
  • R
    Rich
    Long since 1992. Nice to see this baby finally gain some value. Been stagnant for awhile and now growing nicely. Keep up the good work guys! Chuck Knight would be proud of you.
  • C
    CID1000
    Dividend increase?
  • H
    Howie
    Book Value (Shareholder net worth) has been flat for 10 years. Seems like something to take up with management. Operating cashflow has been flat or declined in the last 10 years.
  • D
    Douglas
    Nice gallop today. I think there is more to go on this stud
  • J
    Josh
    Love this gal. Purchased a few years ago at around 49, should have purchased more last March. Great reliable dividend. A money making machine.
  • F
    Fishsauce
    EMR are going to supplies the AC units needed to transport and store all those vaccine shipments
  • D
    Douglas
    Emerson should be a big winner with tax reduction.
  • M
    MickinMD
    Why is the price down after a big positive revenue and earnings surprise? Negative cash flow.
    In any case, I own EMR through it's DSPP (DRIP through which you can buy your initial shares), administered for EMR by Computershare, where there are NO fees for purchases (as small as $25 allowed) or reinvested dividends, so I automatically invest a small amount every month, taken from my checking account on the 8th or next business day of each month. It adds up over time and is a form of dollar-cost-averaging, where you are buying fewer shares than avg. when the price fluctuates higher than normal and are buying more shares than avg. when the price fluctuates low, meaning the avg. price you pay is less than the avg. price of the stock for that period!
  • R
    Ronald
    ETN power company reported great numbers.
    EMR certain to follow tomorrow!