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Quaker Chemical Highlights QUINTOLUBRIC® 702-46 RD and QUAKERTEK™ BGG
Jonathan Heller updates on his portfolio of select small-cap dividend stocks. Patience is the key to success here, he writes.
Just 11 of the 25 names in this portfolio are in positive territory since its Jan. 1 inception, but small-caps value stocks in general haven't done much this year.
In recent trading, shares of Quaker Chemical Corp. have crossed above the average analyst 12-month target price of $144.33, changing hands for $146.48/share.
Creating a global leader uniquely positioned in metalworking and primary metals platforms with deep expertise across attractive customer segments
Lubrication & Metalworking Fluid Performance in the Machining of Bi-Metal Components
WesBanco and EMC Insurance Group are among the fresh faces that are part of this year's 25 portfolio companies.
The winners far outnumber the losers among the stocks in this portfolio that was created at the start of the year.
In recent trading, shares of Quaker Chemical Corp. have crossed above the average analyst 12-month target price of $111.33, changing hands for $113.04/share.
Quaker Chemical expands QUAKERCOOL® 700 Series at FABTECH 2016
The market's minnows are swimming away from its whales as the Russell 2000 Index is up about 8% compared with the 5% gain in the S&P 500.
Parexel, G-III and Quaker Chemical are small caps to watch as the market's minnows outswim its whales.
Quaker Chemical highlights PRIMECOAT™ line
Quaker Chemical highlights its MSA based Tin Plating Process to the global market
Quaker Chemical Highlights Dust Suppression Technologies with a Presentation at MINExpo 2016
Quaker Chemical Highlights New Technologies with Technical Presentations at IMTS
In recent trading, shares of Quaker Chemical Corp. have crossed above the average analyst 12-month target price of $96.67, changing hands for $96.91/share.
Quaker Chemical Corporation Exhibits at the 2016 Illinois Mining Institute (IMI) Annual Meeting
Jefferies analysts note that recent construction spending data indicates a cycle rotation away from construction-exposed names and toward industrial- and durable goods-levered firms could be playing out.