To say we are in a market of historical dislocations is to state the obvious these days. Scandals, bailouts, failures and survivals top the headlines every day.
However, if you look past the headlines to the myriad other companies not making the front covers, you find some intriguing valuations. Some are overpriced with too high expectations; others are written off as finished before their time. Look behind the headlines for companies tied into those businesses.
Take, for example,
, a steel producer based in the U.S. with more than $3 billion in annual sales. More than 26% of Worthington's steel sales are tied to automotive sector, with 15% of total sales coming from the Big Three alone.
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