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PostNL Also Delivers Huge Value

Taking a page from Peter Lynch's book, I really enjoy finding dull boring companies in secular declines. Wall Street tends to stay as far away as they can from recommending such companies leaving astute investors an opportunity to buy solid cash generators for deep discounts. I have even found that these dull boring companies usually have little competition or possess competitive advantages that many people overlook. One industry that I have found to fit this dull boring mold is the postal industry, which is clearly in a secular decline as digital communication has grown more a part of our lives. There isn't anything sexy about the postal service nor any great potential growth. Enter PostNL (OTCPK:PNLYY), the designated...

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