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What: Shares of Knoll (NYSE: KNL) fell 10% today one trading day after they popped on strong earnings.

So what: There doesn’t seem to be much news out today, but as fellow Fool Matt Koppenheffer pointed out last week, earnings were just in line with expectations, so the pop may have been overdone. Investors agreed with him today, pushing shares down to near pre-earnings prices.

Now what: The pop and plunge may leave investors a little skittish, but cooler heads will prevail in the long run. For Foolish investors looking at the long-term prospects of Knoll, today I would point to the forward P/E ratio of 13 and rising estimates as reasons to be bullish on the stock. Shares may settle here for now, but I think the recent quarterly report will be the start of a longer move higher.

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