International Paper is set to take advantage of e-commerce's reliance on cardboard boxes.
The company has strong fundamentals, an appealing valuation, and a solid dividend.
However, pressure from increasing debts, expensive pension plans, and weakness in the containerboard segment along with various other factors may lead to an underwhelming Q2.
The risk-reward proposition in this cyclical stock nearing peak cycle just isn't there.
International Paper Co. (IP) was established in 1898 through a merger of 20 paper mills in the northeastern United States. The company now has over 52,000 employees, owns almost $500 million in forest-lands