The dividend stock had one of its best years in a decade, but the pulp and paper market is never easy to operate in.
These companies may not be household names, but they make many products you use every day. That insulates them from volatility and bodes well for long-term investors.
And Weyerhauser doubles down on what it's best at: growing trees.
Those that say money doesn’t grow on trees haven’t considered investing in lumber stocks.
Forest-products giant Weyerhaeuser needs strong demand to boost its own results.
A Fool defends a long-term CAPS pick that has turned sour in recent months.
The forest-products giant gives its quarter report on Friday.
Timber prices have reached prices last seen during the housing bubble, but supply and demand are far below those historical levels. What gives?
Wise acquisitions and international growth have this company poised for a bright future.
Analysts shift stance on Plum Creek Timber, Dell, and Yelp.