Furthermore, Caterpillar’s quarterly revenues fell from $14.432 billion on 30 June 2019 to $12.758 billion on 30 September 2019. Plus, Caterpillar’s quarterly gross profit fell from $4.299 billion on 30 June 2019 to $4 billion three months later.Read more
Caterpillar is no longer a value investment; instead it was grossly overpriced at the $77.37 the shares were trading at on July 8, 2016. Despite the cash and float, Cat’s shares will take a major tumble if the next earnings report is as bad as the last one.
The revenue and income declines indicate that the company’s 4.11% dividend yield and 7.84% return on equity are not sustainable. Instead expect both those numbers and Caterpillar’s share price to fall dramatically.Read more