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Carter's Inc.: Around The Cycle In 60 Days

May 04, 2021 9:35 AM ETCarter's, Inc. (CRI)5 Comments
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Daniel Moser


  • In less than 60 days Mr. Market completed a full journey through depression town to the promised land on Carter's Inc. shares.
  • Q1 earnings from CRI were solid with huge revenue growth, awesome margins and a resumption of dividends.
  • CRI shares are no longer stupidly undervalued, just moderately undervalued leading to a good hold, watch, and learn type investment opportunity.

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Carter's Inc. (NYSE:CRI) released their latest quarterly report last week and the results really nothing short of a win for investors. Before delving into a bit of the highlights of the quarter, let us take

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Comments (5)

Mike Korner profile picture
“But now I am left sad and crying because I should have just bought shares.” <== Yes, while PUT premiums are lovely, they just don’t feel as good as buying low and selling high. I experienced the same pain when Dollar General dropped a while back on similar foolishness. It is back up nearly $40 a share last time I could bear to look. Ouch.
Gelston profile picture
@Mike Korner Mike, I sold half and waited for it to pull back, which it did not do. The chart actually looks pretty good. Some gains may lie ahead. I am buying back this week. It's still a good old company.
Mike Korner profile picture
@Gelston I agree and with a potential future baby boom (think about all of the people “getting together” lately), it should thrive over the next couple of years.
Gelston profile picture
Carter's was founded about 1865.
My grandfather worked at Carter's during the depression. He was never laid off.
Carter's will keep going.
I am going back to sleep
Daniel Moser profile picture
@Gelston Nothing wrong with that. Sleep well.
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