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Recently CNNfn popped up one of their factoids on the TV screen: "$1.00 invested in Cisco in 1991 would be worth approximately $25,000 today." The day I saw this, I believe Cisco was trading around $18.50 per share.

My question: what is the "relative" potential for Level 3 to create that kind of value over the next 10 years or so? How did Cisco's IPO price and number of shares compare to Level 3's? Could Level 3 perform similarly?

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