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Albany International Corporation (AIN) [hlAlert]

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Albany International Corporation (AIN) rated Buy with price target $18 by Next Generation

Posted on: Wednesday,  May 6, 2009  10:25 AM ET by Next Generation

Next Generation rated Buy Albany International Corporation (NYSE: AIN) on 05/06/2009, when the stock price was $10.79. Since
then, Albany International Corporation has gained 188.60% as of 10/29/2015's recent price of $31.14.
If you would have followed this Next Generation's recommendation on AIN, you would have gained 188.6% of your investment in 2367 days.

Albany International Corp., along with its subsidiaries, operates in five business segments: Paper Machine Clothing, Albany Door Systems, Engineered Fabrics, Engineered Composites and PrimaLoft Products. The Paper Machine Clothing segment includes fabrics and belts used in the manufacture of paper and paperboard (paper machine clothing (PMC)). The Albany Door Systems designs, manufactures, sells, and services industrial doors, for a range of interior, exterior and machine protection industrial applications. Albany Engineered Composites include textiles and materials to other industries, including specialty materials and composite structures for aircraft and other applications. Albany Engineered Fabrics includes a variety of products similar to PMC for application in the corrugators, pulp, non-wovens, building products, tannery and textile industries. PrimaLoft Products includes insulation for outdoor clothing, gloves, footwear, sleeping bags and home furnishings.

Next Generation Equity Research, LLC is an equity research boutique focused on the needs of the institutional investor. Our mission is to provide unbiased, idea-driven research on small to mid cap-sized companies.
Stock Market Advice
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
5/6/2009 10:25 AM Buy
10.79 18.00
as of 12/31/2009
1 Week up  5.56 %
1 Month up  26.99 %
3 Months up  18.35 %
1 YTD up  112.78 %

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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