Clearly, we like the workhorse stock. The price target of $24-$26 based on a regression-driven analysis is a good average value. We also value the stock at 5.4% above the current $21.00 per share price.
We now have a range of $22.80-$26 for a price target of $15.52 or 24.6% above today’s $21.99 price.
What is the reason why we like workhorse?
As one of the largest holdings of the Contrarian Income Report portfolio, we are extremely fond of the stock. It’s trading at a good price based on many different approaches for evaluating the overall risk. To know the story behind the stock and how we value it, click here to read our workhorse workhorse valuation.
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iShares Dow Jones US Basic Materials ETF (NYSEARCA:DGB) is an exchange traded fund based on the Dow Jones U.S. Basic Materials Index. DGB is an ETF of the workhorse companies that produce basic materials for industry as well as the stock market. The workhorse companies are represented by STWD, EPE, EPE, O, DFE, O, EPD, ENB, CBOT, SXL, EEP, NWL, OGA, and DDG. DGB tracks the Dow Jones U.S. Basic Materials Index.
The price of DGB was at $36.83 as of yesterday’s close.
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- I have a portfolio of the workhorse stocks that have historically been well-known dividend stock for long time investors such as EPE, EPE, EPE, O, EEP, O, DDG, OGA, OGA, SXL, EPP, EPD, ENB, CBOT, SXL, ENB, EEP, NWL, EPL, and NWL.