Even though the residential housing industry is in the dumps, the commercial/industrial construction business is on fire. The world economy is booming with developing and transitioning economies turning in GDP’s in the 5% to 6% range. Infrastructures like roads/highways, water, electric power generation/transmission, waste treatment, etc. have to be built in order to support the burgeoning growth of developing and transitioning economies.
When there’s big construction project in the works, the likes of Terex (TEX), Manitowoc (MTW), Deere (DE) and Caterpillar (CAT) get a lot of customers wanting to purchase their construction equipment products.
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The stock prices of construction machinery companies have been blazing over the last year or so, and with the continued high flying growth of developing and transitioning economies this situation isn’t going to change any time soon.
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|MTW||84.07 (+1.65)||MTWHQ||07 AUG 85.0 (38)||3.90||4.6||4.9||6.0|
|TEX||93.23 (+3.19)||TEXHS||07 AUG 95.0 (38)||4.30||4.6||4.8||6.8|
|DE||125.76 (+1.88)||DEHF||07 AUG 130.0 (38)||3.40||2.7||2.8||6.2|
|CAT||82.22 (+1.00)||CATHQ||07 AUG 85.0 (38)||1.94||2.4||2.4||5.9|
The maximum potential returns for the covered call investment strategy positions range from 5.9% to 6.8% with TEX exhibiting the largest potential return. To achieve the 6.8% return for TEX, it’s stock price must increase to or above the $95 short strike price of the call option. Even if the price of TEX’s stock remains stagnant, the covered call investment strategy positions will return a very nice %if unchanged return of 4.8%, in only 38 days.
The downside protections for the covered call investment strategy positions range from 2.4% to 4.6% with MTW and TEX exhibiting the largest downside protections of 4.6%. As long s the stock prices of MTW and/or TEX do not decline more than 4.6%, the covered call investment strategy position will remain profitable.
Competitors for MTW include: Hitachi Ltd. (HIT), Terex Corp. (TEX), Enodis Corporation (private), and Reddy Ice Hldgs. Inc. (FRZ).
Competitors for TEX include: Caterpillar Inc. (CAT), Deere & Co. (DE), and Manitowoc Company Inc. (MTW).
Competitors for DE include: Caterpillar Inc. (CAT), CNH Global NV (CNH), Kubota Corp. (KUB), AGCO Corp. (AG), ASV Inc. (ASVI), Blount Intl. Inc. (BLT), and The Toro Co. (TTC).
Competitors for CAT include: CNH Global NV (CNH), Volvo AB (VOLV), Astec Industries Inc. (ASTE), Blount Intl. Inc. (BLT), Cummins Engine Co. Inc. (CMI), Capstone Turbine Corp. (CPST), Deere & Co. (DE), Ingersoll-Rand Co. (IR), Joy Global Inc. (JOYG), and Terex Corp. (TEX).
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