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Handy & Harman: Where Untold Stories Could Hold The Midas Touch

It is rather common for smaller companies to lack the allure of some of its larger peers, leaving the company with very little analyst coverage and a virtually unknown story. To us, less coverage means more opportunity, and no coverage leaves us even more curious about a company. Handy & Harman (NASDAQ:HNH) has no analysts covering the company, mainly because what is left for individual investor ownership after the principal owners' share is too small to move the needle for larger institutions. We are not completely sure whether the company is just another steel manufacturer, or if it has something special that will allow it to flourish as a home-run hitter. We do know that all signals lead...

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