Lee Boy
Long/short equity, french equities, luxury goods companies, research analyst

Moncler Will Warm-Up Your Portfolio This Winter

This article covers stocks trading at less than $1 per share in the US and/or with less than a $100 million market cap in the US. Please be aware of the risks associated with these stocks. Shares are much more liquid in the firm's home exchange.

Moncler (OTCPK:MONRF) is an Italian luxury company that produces skiwear. The company was founded in Monestier-de-Clermont, France in 1952 by René Ramillon and was bought by an Italian entrepreneur, Remo Ruffini, in 2003. The firm has then been controlled by Remo Ruffini, several funds and the French company Eurazeo (OTCPK:EUZOF) since 2011 until it went public in December 2013 in Milan.

The IPO started with an initial...

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