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Masonite International Is A Good Buy At The Current Levels

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  • Masonite’s medium to long-term revenue growth and margin expansion prospects look good.
  • Near-term concerns should also ease if the Federal Reserve becomes less hawkish post recent developments in the banking sector.
  • Valuation is lower compared to the historical average.

Bull and bear market


Investment thesis

While there are some near-term concerns for Masonite International Corporation (NYSE:DOOR) due to weakness in the residential end market, I see the light at the end of the tunnel as the Federal Reserve is likely to

Masonite’s historical revenue (in USD thousands)

Masonite’s historical revenue (in USD thousands) (Company data, GS Analytics Research)

Masonite's historical adjusted EBITDA margin

Masonite's historical adjusted EBITDA margin (Company data, GS Analytics Research)

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