Kevin Quon
Insider ownership, small-cap, long-term horizon, dividend investing

Boise Cascade: Is This Wood Product Company Overvalued?

After 9 years as a privately-held enterprise, Boise Cascade Company (BCC) re-emerged as a public building materials company prospering off of a recovering U.S. housing market. Boise Cascade quickly soared 62% in the weeks following its IPO. Yet in the months following this rise, the company struggled to support its gains. This negative sentiment was only compounded by a hefty sale from the company's largest shareholder. Despite concerns of overvaluation, a look at the company will show that it continues to be fairly priced in the present.

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Background

Boise Cascade manufactures engineered wood products, plywood, lumber and particleboard. The company primarily operates out of its two business divisions of Wood Products and Building Materials...

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