Build a Position in Build-a-Bear?

Most of us became familiar with retailer Build-a-Bear Workshop (BBW) several years ago when it was getting loads of attention for its unique approach to toys. The stock was trading for nearly $30 a share as its create-your-stuffed-animal concept was impressing consumers looking for a unique toy or gift idea.

Build-a-Bear has had a difficult time of late. But that difficulty has been over exaggerated in a valuation that now allows investors to buy a good, decent business at a fantastic price. Shares now trade just above $4, valuing the company at just under $70 million. Net out the $36 million in net cash on the balance sheet and this debt-free business that once was valued as high as $500 million is being offered for a little more than $30 million....357 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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