Andy Batts
Long only, value, growth, momentum

For Driving Shareholder Value Curtiss-Wright Should Focus On Growth Rather Than Stability

Curtiss-Wright (NYSE:CW), a global diversified industrial company, recently unveiled some significant changes in its operating structure. Effective January 1, 2014, the company transitioned to a new segment structure that will help it grow more organically than before, the company said. The company's share price more than doubled in the last one year, before a mild correction from the top. The question is whether the correction offers an investing opportunity after the meteoric rise?

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The Transition

The company announced a paradigm shift in the organization by making it much simpler and easier for its customers to understand. Its one Curtiss-Wright vision will present a single-window solution to the customers, replacing the erstwhile...

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