June 19, 2013
(Samurai Trader, 8/3/11)
Probably the weakest of of the 3 breakouts, CLH had to come up all the way from the 50dma, which in this case was an awfully deep pullback that came on higher volume than I would like to see. It did close at a new high,...(read more)
Wunderlich Securities maintained a Buy Rating for Clean Harbors (NYSE: CLH) with a $75 price target in a report released Friday. Their key moneymaking engine over the next five years - $500 million of sales should be added via...(read more)
Shares of Clean Harbors, Inc. (NYSE: CLH) are higher on the session by 0.31%, currently trading at $65.37. The stock has been moving largely sideways since May, when it popped higher on the Deepwater Horizons news. The stock has...(read more)
Clean Harbors (CLH) Company Overview
Clean Harbors (NASDAQ:CLHB) disposes of hazardous waste -- meaning, any form of toxic chemical, organic, or nuclear substance. Clean harbors manages 50 waste management facilities throughout North America in 36 US states, seven Canadian provinces, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. The company also has international operations in Bulgaria, China, Singapore, Sweden, Thailand, and the UK. The company earned $1.07 billion in revenue and $36 million in net income in 2009.
Clean Harbor operates in the highly regulated $2 billion hazardous waste services industry with an array of federal, state, and local government permits that must be obtained in order to enter the sector. As a result, there has not been a new, operating incinerator or landfill created in the U.S. for 10 years, which limits the number of competitors in this industry.(Read more at Wikinvest )
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