Cenveo (CVO) has taken shareholders on a wild ride through the years, going through long periods of time where it traded for under $5 a share, and then in a relatively short period of time skyrocketing into double figures, even jumping to over $20 a share on more than one occasion.
Not long after it peaked in 2007 at $25.65 a share, it came plummeting down to earth as the recession took hold, and it really hasn't recovered since. Add to that the migration away from the products it offers in some of its key markets, and you can see why it has been struggling so much lately. It attempted to stretch to $9 a share in 2010,...
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