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Happy Birthday to my Sister Alison! ~ Alison Transmission Holdings

We are a little blurry but that's on purpose my sister doesn't like her picture taken and as you can see I am the "Ham" in our family.  Alison and I were both adopted at a very young age and raised by wonderful parents.  So in honor of her Birthday, June 12th I want to say that another stock we are going to add to our portfolio is Alison Transmission Holdings (ALSN) currently trading as of today's close at $41.46 a share I thought I had already mentioned why I liked this stock but cannot seem to find where I brought up the information so it goes without saying I am going to add it to our portfolio again.

Alison pays a nice dividend of $0.60 a share a year and the company has been around for quite a longtime.  They design and manufacture commercial and defense fully-automatic transmissions also fully-automatic transmissions for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, and medium-and heavy-tactical United States defense vehicles.  

If Donald Trump gets his wall built this company is a winner.  If we get new bridges, and infrastructure projects instead this company is a winner either way; "Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner!!"

Now I wonder what Alison had on for dinner on her Birthday time to go ask?




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