Doubling Down on This Stock

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Infinera is one of David's favorite stock ideas. It's been one of his Best Buys Now, and was ranked No. 2 on his list of favorite big data stocks. In light of that enthusiasm, David has decided to increase his position in this stock within his "Trends and Trades" portfolio. In this video, he walks us through his rationale for doing that.

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  • Report this Comment On March 28, 2012, at 8:50 AM, funspirit wrote:

    Sounds interesting. Do they own patents on the technology? I have to do more research on this one. Thanks

  • Report this Comment On March 28, 2012, at 10:44 AM, TMFHumbleServant wrote:

    @funspirit - Infinera uses a combination of patent technology and secrecy, especially on the manufacturing process side, to protect its intellectual property.

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