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Is It Too Late to Buy Carter’s (CRI) Stock?

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Palm Valley Capital recently released its Q1 2021 Investor Letter, a copy of which you can download here. The fund posted a return of 3.60% for the quarter, underperforming its benchmark, the S&P Small Cap 600 Index which returned 18.23% in the same quarter. You should check out Palm Valley Capital's top 5 stock picks for investors to buy right now, which could be the biggest winners of 2021.

In the Q4 2020 Investor Letter, the fund highlighted a few stocks and Carter's Inc (NYSE:CRI) is one of them. Carter's Inc (NYSE:CRI) is a designer and marketer of children's apparel. In the last three months, Carter's Inc (NYSE:CRI) stock lost 10% and on April 8th it had a closing price of $91.37. Here is what the fund said:

"Carters, the top seller of apparel for babies and young children, is a longstanding member of our possible buy list. We purchased the stock last year during the initial lockdowns and subsequently sold it after it reached our valuation. Carters’ shares fell recently after the company’s near-term earnings projection was softer than investors anticipated. The pandemic and associated lockdowns caused a sharp drop in the number of U.S. births, with an estimated 300,000 fewer babies (-8%) to be born in 2021 per the Brookings Institution. We expect births to revert toward long-term averages."

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Our calculations showed that Carter's Inc (NYSE:CRI) isn't ranked among the 30 most popular stocks among hedge funds.

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