Buy The Drop On Whirlpool

Jun. 18, 2021 3:12 AM ETWhirlpool Corporation (WHR)3 Comments

Summary

  • Whirlpool has a strong track record of shareholder returns, and has seen material benefits in the current operating environment.
  • It has a sizeable share buyback program, and should see continued operational strength for at least the remainder of this year.
  • I also highlight the dividend, valuation, balance sheet, and other points worth considering.
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Value investors know that it pays to be patient, as most stocks will give investors chances to buy at better price points. The recent market pullback has hit some names more than others, and for Whirlpool (NYSE:WHR), the pullback

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