E Daily Stock Analysis: Trinity Industries

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Trinity Industries Inc has the ticker symbol TRN and is a member of the Industrials sector as a railroad company. This is my second report on Trinity Industries Inc for this Vista portfolio. I last reported on them on February 10th.

Trinity Industries Inc sells and leases railroad products and railcar maintenance services in North America. 

The company operates under the name TrinityRail in three main segments: railcar leasing and management services, which owns railcars and provides fleet management and administration services; rail products, which builds, sells, and modifies freight and tank railcars and their components; and all other, which sells highway products such as guardrail and other highway barriers. 

Customers include railroads, leasing companies, and shipping companies in the industries of agriculture, construction, consumer products, energy, and chemicals.

It sells or leases products and services through its own sales personnel and independent sales representatives. 

Trinity Industries, Inc. was incorporated in 1933 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

Three key data points gauge dividend equities or funds like Trinity Industries Inc:

(1) Price

(2) Dividends

(3) Returns

Those three basic keys best tell whether a company has made, is making, and will make money. 

TRN Price

Trinity Industries Inc's price per share closed at $29.08 Friday. One year ago its price was $17.20. Price per share has increased about 69% from the midst of last year's COVID market slump. 

Should Trinity's stock trade in the range of $15.00 to $35.00 this year, its recent $29.08 price might rise by $1.92 to reach $31.00 by April 13, 2022. My estimate is however $ 0.25 lower than the median of five estimates from analysts tracking the stock.

TRN Dividends

Trinity's most recent declared quarterly dividend payable April 30th is $0.19, which equates to $0.76 annually and yields 2.61% at yesterday's $29.08 closing price. TRN has paid quarterly dividends increasing annually for 11 years.

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