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Jos. A. Bank: Buy One Share And Get Two Free

Jos. A. Bank (NASDAQ:JOSB) for all intents and purposes is a troubled men's clothing retailer if all you do is read the headlines with regards to earnings misses. Unfortunately, that previous sentence said misses with a plural connotation for a reason. The company has provided two straight quarterly reports that completely missed expectations and disappointed investors. While many investors have sounded the alarm and abandoned ship based on the price action seen recently, this could prove to be the case of being too quick to pull the trigger for those who have dumped their shares. Specifically, there are multiple potential catalysts that could drive meaningful upside for shares in the near term. The company is still growing...

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