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Carpet tile manufacturer Interface grew across all major metrics over the most recent decade.
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Carpet tile maker Interface Inc. is out of favor at present but its history indicates that it could pay to buck the consensus now to cash in later.
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The stock of TILE is incredibly undervalued and ready to roll.
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Interface Inc., with about 35% worldwide market share, is the global leader in carpet tiling.
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The producer of carpet tile has rebounded nicely from an eight-year low yet remains undervalued relative to its historic norms.
Interface is substantially underpriced and primed for an upturn that's off the wall.
When you're the most bummed out about how much you've lost, so is everybody else, and that's when they're willing to part with even the best stocks at really low prices.
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Shares of modular carpet maker Interface are looking like a steal right now.
Company insiders, who best know the real worth of their own shares, did the exact opposite of most everyday investors.
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Carpet tile maker Interface illustrates the potential of profiting from greatly oversold stocks.
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