So, as I was trying to point out when last I posted in this thread, it was certainly 'not' the time to be selling INFN precisely because the business itself was making huge inroads to profitability. Focusing on what the stock price had done recently when this thread began, no doubt led many to sell, right at a time that was precisely the best to buy.Don't get me wrong, I'm not always such a smarty pants, but actually having held this stock for a long while, and having followed the 'business', rather than the stock price, gave me great confidence that I was looking at a tremendous bargain (quite possibly) at the time this thread drew attention to the market's loss of patience. Two months later, my final third, bought within days of my previous post, now sits up comfortably by 36%. We at the service who have followed aren't surprised, and hope for far greater gains over the next couple of years is quite reasonable.Duke, who believes truly in investing in businesses, not tickersATVI Ticker Guide (still holding a large ATVI position too, speaking of good businesses and patience)
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