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    1. The MIS (Moody's Investor Services) segment of Moody which is the largest of the business, is a good enough reason to consider buying Moody's stock. Revenue growth from this segment will always be somewhat lumpy as well as a little bit unpredictable, but it is extremely profitable and enjoys a wide economic moat, or competitive advantage. 2. Moody's Earnings per share have been growing quite well, and the company is paying less than half of its earnings as dividends. Generally, this is an attractive combination, because it allows further reinvestment in the business.
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Moody's is and American business and financial services company that owns both Moody's investor services and Moody's Analytics. Moody's Investor services deals with rating fixed income debt securities and Moody's Analytics has to do with providing software and research for economics analysis and risk management.John Moody founded the company in 1909 as a producer of manuals of statistics related to stocks and bonds and bond ratings and today its ratings are closely watched by investors.

1. Moody's, and Fitch as well as S&P have all been heavily criticized for the role they played in the financial market crisis of 2008. Most of the criticism centres around the AAA ratings which were given to mortgage-backed securities that in most cases were comprised of subprime loans. This is one issue that may resurface and one has to be aware of it as an investor. 2. Moody's has been paying dividends for quite some time now and one of the major risks of depending on dividend income, is the possibility of a company struggling financially and cutting its dividend. Not only will your income be cut, but the value of your investment declines as well.

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