Honeywell is in fairly good shape when it comes to its balance sheet. As of its most recent quarter it reported total cash of $5.4 billion and total debt of $7.99 billion. Operating cash flow was $3.64 billion with levered free cash flow (TTM) of $1.8 billion.
The best way to learn about Honeywell , what it manufactures and the multiple ways it generates business and profits is to examine the company's easy-to-navigate Web site. Notice the video on the home page from company Chairman Dave Cote on the importance of resolving the U.S. debt crisis.
With a $47.43 billion market cap and growing, Honeywell International is a stock worth accumulating. I'm especially interested if the share price were to pull back to below $59, which it last did on Nov. 16. We might have another opportunity if the "fiscal cliff" rhetoric continues in the weeks ahead.
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