Cintas should keep rebounding with the economy

Cintas should keep rebounding with the economy

Improved sales of sanitizer and cleaning products led to a 9.7% earnings jump during the most-recent quarter. 

Not only did this beat estimates, the company’s earnings forecast is also leading estimates as the economy continues to re-open.

We feel this company has a very bright future and… Read More

COVID-19 has helped lift them to new highs

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Their essential services fuel your gains

FedEx and Cintas have soared in the past few months, even though the shutdown of businesses due to COVID-19 hurt their short-term earnings. That’s because demand for their services will rebound as the economy reopens, particularly as they help businesses cope with the pandemic.

Coronavirus crisis could boost demand for key services at Cintas Corp.

Coronavirus crisis could boost demand for key services at Cintas Corp.

Improved demand from hospitals and healthcare providers plus cleaning and first-aid products could offset reduced needs for this company’s restaurant and hotel uniforms.

This industry leader also has a healthy cash situation and offers you a sustainable 1.3% yield.

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Cintas offers you strong rebound potential

Cintas investors already expect the COVID-19 pandemic to hurt demand for the company’s uniform services, particularly from restaurants and hotels.
However, invests will benefit from higher demand for uniforms, including scrubs, from hospitals and healthcare providers. That should help offset reduced demand elsewhere. The outbreak should… Read More