LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Having bottomed out this year at $9.66 on July 14, Brunswick Corp.’s stock has risen to $13.79. But a posting on SeekingAlpha.com, which calls itself the leading provider of stock market opinion and analysis from blogs, money managers and investment newsletters, and a provider of its own high-value, complementary financial content questions whether or not the bad news has ended for the marine industry’s largest company.
In a post on the site over the weekend, the author outlined how some of Brunswick’s pain has been “mitigated by exports overseas and by rises” in its much smaller divisions.
But the article outlines, using six specific reasons, why the author believes the company’s stock could dip again. To read more detail on the topic, click here.
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