This decline has occurred despite the fact that Briggs’ revenue has grown by 40% and its invested capital has grown by 271% over this timeframe.
While Briggs’ revenue is up 1% on trailing 12-month (TTM) basis, this is not surprising due to the company’s acquisition of Allmand Brothers in the second half of 2014.
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Briggs & Stratton recently hosted the Vanguard 810 Optimum Tour to introduce their new 810cc Vanguard engine designed to meet the needs of landscape contractors.Check out this week’s Danger Zone interview with Chuck Jaffe of Money Life and Market Briggs and Stratton (BGG) is the world’s largest producer of air-cooled engines for outdoor equipment.The company’s subsidiary, Briggs and Stratton Power Group, also manufactures Briggs and Stratton branded power equipment such as generators.While investors have been busy paying attention to the company’s EPS, they have been ignoring two realities: that Briggs has become significantly less profitable as its stock price has risen, and that the company’s management team has failed consistently on several counts.