Matthew Frankel

Worthington Industries: 27% Upside And Shareholder-Friendly Management

Worthington Industries (NYSE:WOR), the largest U.S. processor of close-tolerance steel, is a surprisingly solid company. I say that because the more widely-followed steel and metals stocks like U.S. Steel (NYSE:X) have been beaten down tremendously over the past year or so. Worthington, however, produces specialized steel products that are less cyclical and produce higher profits that translate into solid revenue growth and a very healthy balance sheet. Before I get into why I like Worthington as an investment for the next few years and beyond, let's take a quick look at what this company is and what it does.

About Worthington Industries

Worthington makes its money from four business segments. However the Steel Processing and Pressure...

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