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    • 08
    • Mar2012

    Waste Management: A Steady Business With Barriers To Entry But Fair Stock Price

    Waste management companies are nice to own as they have a significant barrier to entry and a pretty predictable business model. The market isn't stupid and has priced Waste Management (WM) accordingly. All of the valuation metrics agree that the stock is fairly valued. Notably, WM pays a pretty sizeable dividend. The company pays 35.5 cents

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    • 07
    • Mar2012

    Keep Your Eye on This Monster Dividend Stock

    Over the past week, shares of waste- and water-management specialist Veolia Environmental (NYSE: VE  ) were up almost 20% -- not bad for a large company offering an outsized dividend yield. If dedicated investors are willing to keep close tabs on it, Veolia could be a company that produces excellent results. Below, I'll cover the one crucial

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    • 29
    • Feb2012

    Waste Connections plans to sell 12M shares of stock

    Waste Connections plans to sell 12M shares of stockFeb. 27 -- Waste Connections Inc. plans to go to the stock market in a move that could raise hundreds of millions of dollars to pay down debt and potentially make acquisitions.The Woodlands, Texas-based solid waste management company, after the stock markets closed Feb. 27, said it plans

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    • 28
    • Feb2012

    Waste Connections Announces Common Stock Offering

    THE WOODLANDS, TX--(Marketwire -02/27/12)- Waste Connections, Inc. (NYSE: WCN - News) today announced it intends to issue 12 million shares of its common stock in a public offering. All of the shares will be issued under Waste Connections' currently effective shelf registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Waste Connections intends to use the

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    • 23
    • Feb2012

    Is Waste Management a Buffett Stock?

    As the world's third-richest person and most celebrated investor, Warren Buffett attracts a lot of attention. Thousands try to glean what they can from his thinking processes and track his investments. We can't know for sure whether Buffett is about to buy Waste Management (NYSE: WM  ) -- he hasn't specifically mentioned anything about it to me

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    • 23
    • Feb2012

    How Attractive Is Republic Services’ Stock by the Numbers?

    Numbers can lie -- but they're the best first step in determining whether a stock is a buy. In this series, we use some carefully chosen metrics to size up a stock's true value based on the following clues: The current price multiples The consistency of past earnings and cash flow How much growth we can

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    • 19
    • Feb2012

    Checking In on 2012’s Top Dividend Stock

    Before 2012 began, I went digging through all the dividend stocks I could find to pick out what I suspected would truly be the greatest dividend stock to own for 2012. The result of my search: Veolia Environnement (NYSE: VE  ) .  So far, the results have been mixed, as the stock is up 4% on the

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    • 27
    • Jan2012

    Update: Veolia’s stock ‘artificially inflated,’ lawyer says

    Update: Veolia´s stock ´artificially inflated,´ lawyer says/** * addthis_config is used to set global options. * 'services_exclude' lists all services not to be * shown in the drop down menus. * UI API found here: http://www.addthis.com/help/client-api#configuration-ui * Service List found here: http://www.addthis.com/services/list */ ?> By Vince Bond Jr. | WRN reporterJan. 27 -- Veolia Environnement S.A.

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    • 15
    • Jan2012

    1 Stock Making Money the Right Way

    Consumers are becoming more and more socially conscious, and want the goods and services they use to measure up. In truth, it doesn't take much. A simple action that costs a company very little or nothing at all can make a real difference in the mind of the consumer. Often, the added expenses a company incurs

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    • 14
    • Jan2012

    Investors exit stock funds for 8th month in a row

    BOSTON (AP) -- The stock market ended up going nowhere in 2011 despite a bumpy ride, and investors continued to hit the exits. For the fifth year running, they withdrew more cash from stock mutual funds than they put in. Bond funds continued to attract new cash. It reflects that investors are risk-averse after the Standard

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