WD-40 is one of the highest-quality companies in the small-cap universe, says Morningstar’s Todd Wenning.
Morningstar's Todd Wenning takes a look back at the small-cap stocks featured over the past year.
This intriguing retail franchising and equipment rental company finds its niche.
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On Monday afternoon WD-40 WDFC offered up strong third-quarter results but a tempered fiscal-year outlook that reveals continued pressure on earnings growth. We are standing by our $33 fair value estimate for the shares. Sales at the firm increased 12.1%, compared with the same period last year, to ...
The company has built a leading market share in neurology and newborn care.