The market's been on a tear so far in 2013, and it's becoming increasingly difficult for value-oriented investors to find interesting bargains. However, that's not saying it can't be done. One bargain that seems particularly interesting is LCD specialist Corning (NYSE:GLW). Apart from having some very visible business lines, including its well-known Gorilla Glass product, the company is much more than just that. Given some very interesting potential catalysts looming in the not-too-distant future and its rock-bottom valuation, Corning remains a fantastic buy today. In this video, Fool contributor Andrew Tonner explains the particulars of why he's adding Corning to his Real Money Stock Pick portfolio.
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