- Over the last 10 years, CENT has delivered a 19.5% annualized return while the small cap S&P 600 index to which it belongs is up 6.5% annually over the same period.
- The company will likely continue to lean on a strategy that has served it well for decades — acquiring complimentary pet and lawn brands.
- A dip back below the $40.00 level would present a cheaper opportunity for swing traders or longer term investors.
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