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Schneider National: Elevated Capital Spend To Result In Sustained Sales Growth

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We wrote about Schneider National (NYSE:SNDR) back in late December of last year and stated that shares were closing in on a multi-month buy signal. The cross-over on the MACD signal came


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Flex68 profile picture
"In fact, the $400 million of dividend payments in 2020 which comprised of the $350+ million special dividend paid out to shareholders in Q4 was well covered by operating cash flow in the fiscal year ($618 million)."

I was happy to take a full position shortly after the IPO, and happy to double upon the announcement of the $2/sh dividend in Q4.

SNDR hasn't been the most impressive trucking stock, over the past year:

WERN +28%
SNDR +28.4%
KNX +47%
LSTR +67.4%
JBHT +71.3%
SAIA +187%

But they have been both very generous to share earnings with shareholders, and a bit more impressive (to me) for future prospects.

I doubt there will be a retrace towards $20/sh, but would double-up, yet again, if so.

SNDR reminds me of many 'early' opportunities/companies that came before
@Flex68 Yeah, maybe SNDR will pay off long-term, lots of instutional investors in it. I sold it about a year ago and moved into Marten and SAIA. Marten earnings have been kind of ho hom. I probably should have went with JB Hunt or Old Dominion.
Flex68 profile picture
@Jhu355 ,

Oh, I certainly wish I was in early on SAIA, JBHT, ODFL, or MRTN.

Or even just in the past 1-5 years.

But I can't rewind time.

SNDR is one that I have the chance to be in , early.
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