Greenblatt sells stake in Pentair & Flowserve

Joel Greenblatt manages a portfolio composed of 915 stocks with a total value of $11.9 billion. During the last quarter, he traded more than 1,000 stocks.

Along with selling out his stake in Johnson & Johnson and reducing his stake in Emerson Electric Co., Greeblatt also sold his stake in Pentair and Flowserve Corp. 

Pentair is a diversified industrial manufacturing company comprised of four operating segments: Valves & Controls, Process Technologies, Flow Technologies and Technical Solutions. Flowserve Corp. is a manufacturer and aftermarket service provider of comprehensive flow control systems. It develops and manufactures precision-engineered flow control equipment integral to the movement, control and protection of the flow of materials in its customers’ critical processes, such as valves, pumps and seals.
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