There are a few things I take pride in: my two sons, my work at Fooldom over the years, and my perfect feedback rating on eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY). I'm no power seller or bid addict, but I have managed to accumulate a 100% favorable score through 170 completed transactions.

One would think that someone who relies on eBay's auction marketplace would be a major bull on the stock, but I'm not. I think the Motley Fool Stock Advisor newsletter recommendation has been pricing itself out of the market, and we're all seeing that the company isn't always a slam dunk overseas as it turns to TOM Online (NASDAQ:TOMO) to manage its presence in China.

However, that doesn't mean I'm bearish on eBay, either. The shares have been slammed too hard off its all-time highs for me to dismiss its value as a turnaround play. If it has been able to outmaneuver the fledgling auction sites from rivals such as (NASDAQ:AMZN) and (NASDAQ:OSTK), then it's probably more focused than the cynics think.

Thankfully, my fellow Fools aren't straddling the fence on this one. Tim Beyers is bullish on eBay, while Chuck Saletta believes the company's valuation is still too high.

Duel on!

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Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz does not own shares of the companies mentioned here. The Fool has a disclosure policy.