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Sector:

Consumer Cyclical

Description:

Charles & Colvard Ltd. engages in the manufacture and distribution of moissanite jewels and finished jewelry featuring moissanite for sale in the worldwide jewelry market. The company is headquartered in Morrisville, North Carolina and currently employs 63 full-time employees. The firm's segments are Wholesale, Moissanite.com and Charles & Colvard Direct. The firm sells loose moissanite jewels and finished jewelry at wholesale to distributors, manufacturers and retailers, and at retail to end consumers through its operating subsidiaries. The firm manages its business primarily through its three distribution channels that it uses to sell its product lines, loose jewels and finished jewelry, which included Charles and Colvard Direct, LLC. The firm sells loose moissanite jewels and finished jewelry featuring moissanite at wholesale to retailers, television (TV) shopping networks, and designers to be sold to end consumers and directly to consumers through its e-commerce sales channel Moissanite.com. The firm primarily sells moissanite jewels, including Forever Classic and Forever Brilliant.

Current Price

$2.73

RSI

45.496

Beta:

0.9973

December 31, 2020
965K
2.9M

13.940 %
0.784 %
211.553 %
-350.047 %

$29,186,307
$32,241,567
$13,163,050
$27,032,964
$29,168,128
$30,767,117
-9.476 %
144.940 %
-51.307 %
-7.320 %
-5.197 %

$-6,160,350
$2,274,024
$-1,593,890
$-425,868
$-3,938,555
$-9,560,238
-370.901 %
242.671 %
-274.269 %
89.187 %
58.803 %

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