For this week’s bond review, Durig looks at an issuer that provides services to banks and retailers around the world. Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE:DBD) provides end-to-end services, software and hardware for the banking and retail industries. Diebold has spent all of 2019 implementing its DN Now program, designed to increase efficiencies, decrease costs, and improve margins. With the release of its third quarter results, it appears as if the company is making progress towards these goals (see bullets above).
For this week’s bond review, Durig looks at a chemical company created by a DuPont spinoff in 2015. Chemours Company (NYSE:CC) is a global leader in the manufacturing of fluoroproducts, chemical solutions, and titanium technologies. It is one of the leading global producers of titanium dioxide (used in paints, coatings, plastics, cosmetics and food), as well as the creator and producer of Opteon™, an award winning environmentally sustainable refrigerant. Highlights from the company’s second quarter results include: (see bullets above).
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Precious metals have always been a popular investment among those looking for a hedge against inflation or for a way to decrease the volatility of their portfolios. Although silver is not commonly seen as a high yield investment, it can actually be quite profitable. If you bought silver in July of 2009, when it was worth around $13 an ounce, and sold it in April of 2011, when it was worth $47 an ounce, you would have pocketed a 260% return on your investment over 21 months.