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Well-Managed Companies at Attractive Prices

The stocks of undervalued, high-quality companies run by adept managers are appealing no matter the market climate.

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Stocks endured another rough-and-tumble week: 1,000-point swings in the Dow Jones Industrial Average almost seem commonplace these days.

As a result, the death of former General Electric (GE) CEO Jack Welch flew a bit under the radar. Welch revolutionized the conglomerate during his two-decade reign by aggressively dumping money-losing businesses, acquiring RCA (which included NBC), and growing GE Capital. GE became a profit machine. He was considered by many to be the greatest chief executive of his time.

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Susan Dziubinski does not own shares in any of the securities mentioned above. Find out about Morningstar’s editorial policies.