I have owned this great stock since its dog days below 10...I originally bought it because it was a sound business story paying an incredible dividend (.62/share, even when it was selling for under $10!) They have done nothing but grow, sometimes through acquisition, and they have not tried to be flashy or over-the-top about it. The little engine that could just broke through the $25 barrier, and it seems to be going strong. I will stay with it for a long, long time.
Thanks Moon1215. Indeed, Ennis has performed well enough that I let my guard down a bit, focusing instead on my other holdings that are booming or busting. Some of my other holdings have required closer tracking and more portfolio management.But in the background, Ennis has been performing in a solid way. Who would have thought that a business forms & T-shirt company would deliver such returns in this day and age of paperless offices and imported apparel from Asia. My only regret is that I never got past the purchase of my first 1/3. So, what do you Fools think? P/E at 14.8, PEG at .99, debt/equity at 0.35, dividend yield 2.45%, price/book at 2.01. The stats look really good and management seems to be executing well after the merger. Is this a candidate for fresh investment? Are we poised for more of the same favourable stock performance?Cheers,Lippoldtskivich
This is a steady little engine. Look at its numbers the last few months: it may dip here and there, but then it consistently breaks back up into 52-week high territory within days. True again this week. I just love this steadily rising company.
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