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PH Glatfelter Company- In The Business Of Making Paper

Introduction and Business Summary

PH Glatfelter Company (NYSE:GLT) is an overshadowed, consistent company with solid potential as the company continues to expand operations and grow the business internationally. Below is our introduction into the business model, the strengths, and buying opportunity that exists for Glatfelter as the stock has pulled back off of 52-week highs of $31.66 over the course of the last 4 months.

Investors and Wall Street continue to fail in realizing value in this company. The traditional issue with GLT is the way that Wall Street has viewed the company in the past. Traditionally, the company was viewed as the classic boring paper products company and is not in the "sexy" industry that analysts may...

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