Topic: How To Invest

What is Pat’s commentary for the week of January 21, 2020

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Finning International began paying dividends in 1970. At current prices, the stock is now in the middle of the wide range between $15 and $35 that it has stayed in for the past 10 years. While in that range, it doubled its dividend, although a sluggish economy and weak commodity prices held back its earnings. We think trends now underway could set it on a growth track and boost it to the top of that range and beyond in years to come. Our Successful Investor research department drew up this Inner Circle Spotlight report on Finning to explain why we think the stock will keep paying off for you as an investment, and why now is still a good time to buy. We hope you enjoy and profit from it. Finning taps into demand for high-tech equipment—and more Finning International’s shares have handed our subscribers a nearly 15% gain since October 2019. Some investors wonder if this upward trend will continue. That’s because…

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