Sizing Up Crocs Stock After Investor Day Announcement

CROX has performed phenomenally over the past year

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Crocs, Inc. (NASDAQ: CROX) is an American company that manufactures and markets foam clogs. The company offers casual footwear for men, women, and children. Since its inception in 2002, Crocs has sold more than 720 million pairs of shoes in more than 90 countries all around the world.

On June 7, CROX announced that it will host an investor day on Tuesday, Sept. 14.  At the event, CEO Andrew Rees and other members of the Crocs leadership team will provide an overview of the company's long-term strategy and key initiatives to deliver sustainable, profitable growth. The presentations will be broadcast live on the Crocs website.

Crocs stock has increased about 207% year-over-year, and 260% since hitting a two-year low of $29.35. Additionally, shares of Crocs stock have already grown 69% year-to-date, and CROX is currently trading down just over 2% from their May record high of $109.91. This afternoon, the equity was last seen trading up 1.9% at $106.12.

Checking in with Crocs' recent earnings performance, CROX has outperformed earnings expectations four times in a row over the past year. Additionally, from a fundamental perspective, Crocs is performing extremely well. Crocs stock currently trades at price-earnings ratio of 17.70, which is astonishing given CROX's growth rate.

CROX has grown revenues by more than 35% since fiscal 2017. More impressively, Crocs has grown its annual earnings by a massive 3000% since fiscal 2017. Perhaps the only weak point for the company lies in the balance sheet. CROX has an pretty average balance sheet with $255.87 million in cash and $555.25 million in total debt. Overall, Crocs stock has potential to be a decent growth play in for both short-term and long-term investors.



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