Revlon's Fundamentals Pretty, Not Perfect

Is an investment in Revlon Inc. (REV) the place to be in 2013? According to an article published in Barron's this weekend, it is. On Monday The Motley Fool followed in Barron's footsteps, providing its own endorsement for this cosmetic and beauty care company.

Trading at only 11 times its estimated 2013 earnings, vs. approximately twice that for its competitors L'Oréal (LRLCY) and Estée Lauder (EL), and Coty (COTY), Revlon seems like a bargain! As you may have noticed last Tuesday on Mad Money with Jim Cramer, I'm definitely in the market for a bargain these days. As the larger market corrects, it's common for names such as Revlon to finally see their share of the spotlight. But is Revlon worth taking a closer look at?...537 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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