International Paper and WestRock have been humming along, but shares of America's pulp and paper giants are down significantly since the start of 2018.
News & Analysis: International Paper
The paper company recovered after an awful December and then proved Wall Street wrong with full-year 2018 operating results.
IP earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
The U.S.-China trade fight has weighed on shares of these two solid businesses in 2018. That creates an opportunity for long-term investors.
The paper business was on fire last quarter.
IP earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2018.
A fertilizer producer turning things around, America's leading aluminum company, and a paper manufacturer look too good to pass up right now.
A low-cost cardboard manufacturer down on its luck, the newest fertilizer stock, and an energy leader are all worth a closer look this month.
International Paper has averaged $1.9 billion in free cash flow in the last five years (sort of).
International Paper is quietly crushing it -- and paying you a 3.2% yield to join in the fun.