Parker-Hannifin Dividend Stock Analysis

Parker-Hannifin

Parker-Hannifin Corporation (PH) is the world’s leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems. The company’s engineering expertise spans the core motion and control technologies — electromechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic, fluid and gas handling, filtration, sealing and shielding, climate control, process control and aerospace. Parker operates in 49 countries and employs approximately 58,000 people worldwide. A Dividend Champion, having raised its dividend for 58 consecutive years, Parker-Hannifin flies under the radar for most investors as the starting initial yield is low (currently at 2.1%).

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10 thoughts on “Parker-Hannifin Dividend Stock Analysis

    • Yup, it flies under the radar and doesnt get as much love as some of its competitors like EMR or HON (although they only compete in some segments). I discovered it a year ago and have been reading more and learning about it. Definitely something that belongs on everyone’s watchlist.

      Glad to have brought it to your attention.
      cheers
      R2R

  1. Excellent article — you’re right that it flies under the radar at 2.1% yield. I’ve seen it pop up in my screens several times, despite the lowish yield. Thanks for the comprehensive analysis and write-up; I’ll certainly look at PH more favorably now.

    Cheers
    FerdiS

  2. It’s a great company that I’ve had in my portfolio since early this year. You did a great write up on them. Anyone with space for a manufacturing company with a long dividend history in their portfolios would do well to check this one out.

    Sincerely,
    ARB–Angry Retail Banker

    • ARB,
      Thanks for the comment. Im really liking what I see in PH…also getting a lot of feedback from other investors and insiders about what a great company it is. I will definitely be adding this to my watchlist – and pretty high on the list for sure.

      Best wishes
      R2R

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