A Sale on Crocs

The trendy shoemaker's stock looks more appealing now that it's less than half the price of its 52-week high.

Shares of funky footwear maker Crocs were beginning to show some life -- that is, until they got clobbered February 5, along with the rest of the market.

Crocs stock splattered like a rotten pumpkin the day after Halloween, as investors responded to the company's third-quarter earnings report. It continued to fall until it steadied in January, then started inching its way up again recently.

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Bob Frick
Senior Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance