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|Subject: Re: 10 year treasuries||Date: 12/29/2013 3:45 PM|
|Author: howardgt||Number: 35140 of 35392|
Brewer, how about container shippers DCIX and TEU? (even though div cuts are probably coming)
Containers are the last of the shippers still beaten down!!
I agree with Ben about MIL (MFC industries)... over 3% yield and they bought (stole) Compton assets for next to nothing at the bottom of NG cycle.
I added Friday after the proxy fight agreement... I think/hope Smith & Kellogg's styles will compliment each other.
And then there is PWE (over 6% yield) for those that like to go year-end tax loss bottom fishing.
Still lots of speculative tax-loss stuff out there with reasonable yields.
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