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Schneider National - Full Speed Ahead


  • Schneider National has seen a very strong 2021.
  • The company has finally seen some real momentum after years of stagnation since the IPO in 2017.
  • Shares look fairly valued here, and even if margins reverse to the mean, shares look quite attractive here.
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Schneider National (NYSE:SNDR) started 2022 with a bolt-on acquisition, as this is enough of a reason to update an investment case which goes back all the way to the IPO of April 2017.

After a few years of relative stagnation, the

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Comments (6)

Held this stock for awhile and finally got out of it. It can be very range bound, has good fundamentals, but think there are better horses in the sector.
They should make a special dividend policy where by they are issued annually like some other companies.
Flex68 profile picture
I rarely ever offer a comment like this, but author doesn't hold a position in SNDR, between 2017 and current, yet offers a bullish article on same?


I have been invested in SNDR basically from the git-go, and have offered numerous comments on this company, as compared to competitors.

Ah, but I have fewer than 3k , while author has some 21k in total comments......

2 of which are about SNDR.....

long sigh, and c'est la vie.

I guess we both added to same, though, LOL.
The Value Investor profile picture
@Flex68 Best of luck. I find it a bit of a complicated investment case. Regards.
Flex68 profile picture
@The Value Investor ,



They started a dividend shortly after IPO'g, and have consistently increased it.

I recall at least one special divvy of $2 per share, and they just increased the normal divvy again, a few days ago, by like 14%.

Growth hasn't been spectacular, but surely nothing to spit at.
Hard to bite on this one whay the myriad. Of other opportunity. If one has had it a while it is likely worth holding or just sell and take the upside. Not going in at this price but i coupd damn sure be wrong. Great review.
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