|Day Low/High||53.50 / 56.21|
|52 Wk Low/High||53.50 / 161.48|
The RV maker's shares have not been this low based on valuation since the dark days of 2008.
Wabash National is a key example -- dealing with the triple whammy of higher labor costs, higher steel costs from tariffs and higher interest rates.
Resonant and Camping World Holdings have been under duress but that could soon change.
A rebound to a more-normalized valuation could send these stocks sky high.
Covered calls may be the best bet -- or wait for a dip.
Thor Industries is a blue-chip name at a white-chip price, so buy some shares.
With prices down some $70 from their zenith what do the charts look like now?
Let's stop it with the idea that the RV maker's misfortunes are the beginning of something bigger.
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Jim Cramer weighs in on the trending news of the day from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
THO has made a good upside run in the past month.
As always, you have to follow the money.
Jim Cramer previews J.M. Smucker's earnings, released on Thursday.
While TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was reluctant to recommend shares of Thor Industries, he said if the stock comes in, it will be a buy again.
THO is rising after reporting a record quarter, and fundamentals suggest it could go even higher.
Taking from Ben Graham's playbook, this handful of stocks have reasonable valuations in an extended market.
Further gains look likely for shares of the RV manufacturer.
Thor Industries and Brink's Company are among the stocks favored by money manager Neil Hennessy for 2017.
Investors should use last week's selloff in PVH shares as a buying opportunity and should stick with Thor Industries even after its run-up, said Hennessy portfolio manager Brian Peery.