Crocs investors were thrilled with the company's latest quarter, as revenue surged 12% driven by growth in Asia. While investors often have trouble getting past the shoes' goofiness, investors should see this company as an Asian growth story. With no debt, the company looks poised to continue its growth as it diversifies its product base.
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