With United Technologies in 2016, the aim is take short-term pain to generate long-term gain. The company is in a year of transition in three of its four segments, and if you can ignore the short-term negative impacts, the stock looks like a good value. However, the company needs to execute, so let's look at what's going on and what's in store.
United Technologies' transitional yearGeneral Electric Company outperformed the S&P 500 in the past couple of years, largely because of the successful execution of its strategy to refocus on the industrial sector while developing new industrial technologies that are set to generate strong long-term recurring revenue for the company. Is United Technologies about to similarly reward investors?
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