There's a growing misconception on the stock market that stocks that are "under-presented" automatically means that they are "unloved." While the small-cap category may have a deficit in sex appeal, that does not mean they are deficient in value. This is regardless of their media coverage, or in this case, lack thereof. This seems to be the scenario that has unfolded for specialty paper company Glatfelter (GLT), a stock that has posted year-to-date gains of 45%.
I don't disagree that Glatfelter is small fish in a big pond that is dominated by bigger rivals like International Paper (IP). But over the years management has shown many shreds of evidence that Glatfelter has sustaining potential....
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