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What: Shares of Commercial Vehicle Group (Nasdaq: CVGI) fell 10% today after the company was downgraded by an analyst.

So what: Zacks Investment Research was the culprit today downgrading shares from outperform to neutral. This follows a downgrade from JPMorgan Chase last month.

Now what: The downgrade itself doesn't concern me as much as the seeming consensus by analysts that the company isn't a buy right now. Commercial Vehicle recently beat quarterly estimates -- in my contrarian view, this discount may be a good time to get into the stock. JP Morgan has a $19 price estimate on the stock, well higher than today's price.

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