It's tee time for the golf season - the $62 billion dollar industry has entered its peak period. However, Fortune Brands (FO) the maker of the world's top-selling golf ball has been down this year. Is Fortune stuck in a sand trap?
Fortune Brands Chief Executive Norm Wesley joins the guys for this conversation.
Dylan Ratigan asks about the negative momentum in FO’s stock price.
Mr. Wesley says FO’s business is partly based in the home sector (they own Masterlock and Moen among other brands) and he thinks the negative momentum stems from the housing correction.