Scholastic (SCHL) is a small-cap with a strong brand, a tremendous niche competitive advantage, reasonably-valued stock in a generally overvalued market, and serious catalysts for stock appreciation in the near future.
Scholastic Corporation operates as a children's book publishing, education, and media company in the United States. The company utilizes direct selling to teachers and administrators and book fairs to drive sales. About 75% of sales are derived from the US and 25% internationally from 139 other countries.
The company was founded in 1920 by Maurice Robinson. His son Richard took the reins as CEO in 1975 and became Chairman in 1982. Currently aged 75, he still serves in both capacities.
Richard "Dick" Robinson and...
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