High-end luggage maker Tumi has got some baggage -- and not the good kind. The company has seen shares slide over the last 12 months, and analysts spent much of May reducing their estimates for the company. Since then, however, Tumi has packed it up, way up, and is seeing short-term share price gains after bottoming out, for now, at least, in mid-May. Then, again, in June, the company was downgraded by yet another analyst, coming after it missed its most recent earnings. Thursday's Chart of the Day covers one stock thatkeeps confusing investors -- next, we're waiting on earnings from the company August 6.

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