Rackspace Hosting (NYSE:RAX) has seen share prices plummet 48% in just five months. Many investors glanced at the roller-coaster chart and decided to cash out, but Fool contributor Anders Bylund ran in the opposite direction.
In this video, Anders explains how this price drop unlocked an irresistible buying window for him, and what sets Rackspace apart from commodity rivals such as Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN).
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