This article is part of a continuing analysis of Skechers (NYSE:SKX) a company that rode the wave of toning shoes in 2010 and the subsequent crash in the toning shoe market in 2011 and 2012. The aftermath of that significant business interruption serves as a fertile area of business financial analysis and investment theory in a volatile but soon to be very successful company.
In our previous article, we talked about finding value in the markets by buying shares in companies that had near term business problems. If you could identify temporary issues that have impaired a company's value, the recovery and comeback could provide outsized investment returns. We have done that in Skechers. The 5 year chart...
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