Last week, I let you in on the secret of a great American company, building an iconic brand, whose stock should be a bedrock investment for your portfolio.
This week I've found another company, larger than its Indiana neighbor, that has the same characteristics I find admirable and investable: solid earnings and balance sheet, steady growth, the ability to react to changing markets under seasoned management, and right now, a reasonable, if not underappreciated, valuation.
Most importantly, this company is poised to continue a tradition of generating steady profits and income to our portfolios, and like the products it manufactures, this is a stock built to last.
It's a company we should jump on right now to benefit for the long term. Indeed, when people talk about a manufacturing revival occurring in the United States, they are talking about companies like this one...