Charles River Laboratories: Price Discovery


  • Charles River has seen a bit slower growth this year, accompanied by modest margin pressure.
  • Shares sold off too much over the past summer, which created an excellent long-term entry point.
  • After a quick and strong recovery in recent weeks, I am in doubt whether to take profits or hold on to this excellent long-term investment.
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Shares of Charles River Laboratories (NYSE:CRL) have been tumbling amidst concerns about slower growth, margin pressure, and higher interest rates. Consequently, shares have been cut in half from a peak above $450 per share in September last year, now settling at $242 per share after recently

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