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InvenSense is pushing hard to sell its motion sensors to Chinese handset manufacturers. This is yet another sign that InvenSense is not lifting its foot off the gas pedal. By going after such a huge market, it only enhances the company's growth possibilities. David feels that this move will ultimately have a meaningful impact on InvenSense's bottom line. That's why both John and David are happy they own shares of the company for their 10-Bagger portfolio.
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