A: Ag Growth International Inc., $43.27, symbol AFN on Toronto (Shares outstanding: 18.9 million; Market cap: $814.3 million; www.aggrowth.com), is a manufacturer of custom-designed farm and commercial systems for storage and conditioning, handling, structures, processing, and control applications. The company has over 35 brands—some of… Read More
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE INC., $196.05, symbol UPS on New York, is the world’s largest package delivery company. It handles an average of 25.2 million packages every day. It ships those packages for 1.7 million shipping customers to over 220 countries and territories.
On August 8, 2022,… Read More
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Pat McKeough recently replied to a member of his Inner Circle looking for an opinion on Ag Growth International Inc. This leading producer of crop-harvesting equipment continues to expand by buying related businesses, says Pat.
Q: Hi: Just wondering about Ag Growth… Read More
Hi: Just wondering about Ag Growth. As the world population grows, I see the farming service industry as highly important. Ag Growth offers an interesting investment opportunity as it is focused on grain storage and handling solutions in markets (Canada and the U.S.) where demand for planting acreage is growing. Thanks.
A: Ag Growth International Inc., $39.56, symbol AFN on Toronto (Shares outstanding: 14.7 million; Market cap: $586.2 million; www.aggrowth.com), is a leading maker of portable and stationary grain-handling, storage and processing equipment.
Based in Winnipeg, the company sells its products through dealers and distributors in Canada… Read More
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Growth stocks: Lower demand stunts Ag Growth’s profits, but farming trends could feed its long-term recovery
Replying to a question from a Member of his Inner Circle, Pat McKeough looks at Ag Growth, a leading maker of grain storage and handling equipment. Ag Growth recently completed a big acquisition that has added revenue. However, demand for the company’s products… Read More
Q: Hello, Pat. I am holding Ag Growth in my TFSA. Should I buy more, wait or dump it and buy something new? Thank you very much.
Ag Growth International Inc., $29.09, symbol AFN on Toronto (Shares outstanding: 14.4 million; Market cap: $418.3 million; www.aggrowth.com), is a leading maker of portable and stationary grain-handling, storage and conditioning equipment. The company is based in Winnipeg.
Ag Growth sells its products through dealers and distributors… Read More
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