Audio – Peak? What peak?

February 25, 2008

agco1.jpgInvestors are always on the look-out for a peak.

In order to sock away some serious cash, the smart investor needs to identify a company’s and a businesses’ peaks and make their moves accordingly. Identifying a top (and a bottom, for that matter) allows stockholders clear entry and exit points.

While certain commodity costs have risen to bubble-type levels, others look like they might still have a ways to go higher, said Agco Chief Executive Martin Richenhagen. Unlike other bubbles, Richenhagen doesn’t see a burst.

Richenhagen was one of the featured guests on the first day of the annual Reuters Manufacturing Summit, which runs through Thursday in our Chicago offices.

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