Why This Company Will Run Up
Jun 16th 2012 8:37AM
Updated Jun 16th 2012 8:38AM
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which consumer goods editor/analyst Austin Smith discusses topics around the investing world. In today's edition, Austin looks at Crocs. This is a company that's trading for a discount to the broad market but has far more promising growth rates. While many investors are probably worried about the fad bubble that hit this stock hard in recent years, the current situation couldn't be further from the case. The company has no debt, a promising market position, and steady growth. Perhaps the only thing it doesn't have is a great dividend.
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