Topic: How To Invest

Hi Pat: Your thoughts about PFB Corporation, please. Thanks.

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PFB Corporation, $5.51, symbol PFB on Toronto (Shares outstanding: 6.7 million; Market cap: $37.4 million;, makes building-insulation products that are sold across North America under a number of banners, including: 1) Plasti-Fab EPS Product Solutions, which are made from expanded polystyrene; 2) Advantage ICF Systems, which are insulating concrete forming systems for building foundations and walls in homes and businesses; 3) Insulspan SIP Systems, for creating structural walls and replacing roof trusses to make a building more energy-efficient; 4) PFB Custom Homes Group, which includes Riverbend Timber Framing, PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes, Point Zero Homes and M.T.N Architects. Each brand offers the company’s Total Home Solution for building custom homes in the U.S., Canada and internationally. This package can include Insulspan and Advantage systems. In 2013, PFB’s revenue rose 3.0%, to $84.5 million from $82.1 million in 2012. Earnings, excluding a one-time, $6.0-million gain on the sale and leaseback of four properties, were $844,000, or $0.13 a share, up from $130,000 or $0.02. PFB’s…

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