Don't Panic Over Netgear's Plunge

Shares of Netgear (NASDAQ: NTGR  ) plunged 9% last Friday after the small networking company reported earnings. Should investors be concerned?

Fool contributor Steve Symington doesn't think so, and he outlines several reasons for his stance in the video below, including Netgear's strength in the commercial segment, resolved product launch issues, and its rock-bottom valuation.

But what do you think? Is Netgear's drop justified, or is this a great opportunity for long-term investors to buy? Please watch the video below to get Steve's take, then let us know what you think in the comments second below.

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