Apparel brand company CEO makes a $20 million buy into shares.
Chairman and CEO of Capri Holdings (CPRI) John Idol just spent over $20 million on shares. He picked up over 615,000 shares of the company, increasing his stake by 30 percent.
The United Kingdom-based company manufactures apparel and accessories for men and women around the world, including such well-known brands as Versace, Jimmy Choo, and Michael Kors.
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Shares have been weak year-to-date, and the $20 million buy-in is a major vote of confidence that shares can start turning around from here.
In the past year, shares have traded as high as $75, but are now close to $35. Even with these powerful brands, shares trade under 7 times earnings.
With a mix of high-end luxury and middle class brands like Kors, the company trades at a discount to both ends of the apparel market. Shares are so cheap that they could also be taken private at these levels and still leave investors with plenty of upside.
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