In this video, I analyze Waste Management Stock (WM) to see if they are a good investment to make in May 2020. I speak about both the waste disposal and recycling management industries, analyze their income statement, and balance sheet, and summarize their dividends and the safety of the dividends. If you are a defensive investor or dividend investor, you will want to watch this one until the end!
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