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Small-Cap Glatfelter Still Packs A Big Punch

Anyone that still believes "maturity" is an insurmountable obstacle to growth probably would never take an interest in specialty paper company Glatfelter (NYSE:GLT). Although the paper industry is has become largely commoditized, there's always been something to love with Glatfelter's business. Even more impressive is the stock, which has soared 121% over the past two years. But this company gets virtually no coverage. Thanks to Seeking Alpha, investors will now become familiar with one of the best kept secrets in the entire market.

Investors often complain about how hard it is to find value in today's market - especially given the fact that the indexes are at or near their 52-week highs. Now if you're reading this sort...

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