Nature's Sunshine Products: Profit Decline, But Still Undervalued

Summary

  • Nature's Sunshine Products has performed well over 2021 compared to 2020, with improvements across the board.
  • But cost increases in 2022 from inflation and currency translations have led to a profit decline.
  • Despite this, the company is undervalued compared to peers, with a potential upside of around 30-50%.

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Thesis

Nature's Sunshine Products, Inc. (NASDAQ:NATR) performed well in 2021, but 2022 profits are suffering due to increased costs of inputs. Despite this, the stock is undervalued compared to peers, with a potential upside of around 30-50%, but very much comes with a

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