Gary Bourgeault
Long only, research analyst, portfolio strategy, media

Marcus Corporation's Growth Will Be Incremental, If At All

Marcus Corporation (NYSE:MCS) has been trading flat over the last year, up only 3.65% over the last 12 months, vastly underperforming the overall market. The company has struggled to move its share price since January 1996, when it was trading at about $16.50 per share. As I write, it's trading at $13.73 per share on January 23, 2014.

Looking at the markets it serves and the operations of the company over the years, it appears there isn't much that has or will be done to grow the company in any meaningful way. It is more of a dividend play at this time, even though it serves in somewhat volatile movie theater market. It also owns and operates or...

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