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Why wait until $12?--I'm just curious how some people arrive at certain numbers. I think its pretty unlikely that Jabil will fall that low unless the market continues to slide or the industry takes a big hit. Jabil is a great company. Yes, they have a lot of competition, but I think there is still a lot of room to grow. An article in the WSJ earlier this week or last talked about outsourcing and mentioned Jabil and its competition. Apparently only about 20% of companies that could outsource, are outsourcing. If it truely is more cost-effective to let Jabil, or another OEMs do this work for a company, then the number of companies that outsource should increase. Long term, I think Jabil is a solid investment whether you buy at $12 or $20.
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