GRACO INC. (GGG)

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Score: 87/100
Analysis based upon 1/14/2022 closing price.
Graco Inc. is a designer, manufacturer, and marketer of systems and equipment used to move, measure, control, dispense and spray fluid and powder materials. The Company operates through three segments: Industrial, Process and Contractor. The Industrial segment includes the Industrial Products and Applied Fluid Technologies divisions. This segment markets equipment and solutions for moving and applying paints, coatings, sealants, adhesives and other fluids. The Process segment includes the Process, Oil and Natural Gas, and Lubrication divisions. This segment markets pumps, valves, meters and accessories to move and dispense chemicals, oil and natural gas, wastewater, petroleum, food, lubricants and other fluids. The Contractor segment offers sprayers that apply paint to walls and other structures, with product models for users ranging from do-it-yourself homeowners to professional painting contractors. Contractor equipment also includes sprayers that apply texture to walls and ceilings.

Report Card - P/E/Growth Investor

Guru Criteria: Peter Lynch  
P/E/GROWTH RATIO:PASS
SALES AND P/E RATIO:PASS
INVENTORY TO SALES:PASS
EPS GROWTH RATE:PASS
TOTAL DEBT/EQUITY RATIO:PASS
FREE CASH FLOW:NEUTRAL
NET CASH POSITION:NEUTRAL

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