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TMCNet:  Lowest Price to Book Ratio in the Apparel Retail Industry Detected in Shares of Cache (CACH, BEBE, CTRN, WTSLA, PSUN)

[December 06, 2012]

Lowest Price to Book Ratio in the Apparel Retail Industry Detected in Shares of Cache (CACH, BEBE, CTRN, WTSLA, PSUN)

Dec 06, 2012 (SmarTrend(R) News Watch via COMTEX) -- Below are the three companies in the Apparel Retail industry with the lowest price to book ratios. Often companies with the lowest ratio present the greatest value to investors.Cache ranks lowest with a a price to book ratio of 0.64. Following is Bebe Stores with a a price to book ratio of 0.86. Citi Trends ranks third lowest with a a price to book ratio of 1.08.

Wet Seal follows with a a price to book ratio of 1.18, and Pacific Sunwear rounds out the bottom five with a a price to book ratio of 1.31.

SmarTrend recommended that its subscribers protect gains by selling shares of Cache on April 26th, 2012 by issuing a Downtrend alert when the shares were trading at $6.19. Since that call, shares of Cache have fallen 64.0%. We are now looking for when a new Uptrend will commence and will alert SmarTrend subscribers in real time.

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