It's no secret that trying to time the market is a losing battle. But for investors who have had their eyes on great growth stocks but were hesitant to hit the "buy" button because of high prices, an opportunity may be presenting itself right now.

You should never buy any stock simply because it has fallen from its all-time high. But Motley Fool contributor Brian Stoffel thinks there are three companies out there with quality businesses that have fallen for reasons having little to do with their underlying fundamentals.

One of these companies is a fledgling 3-D printer that dropped on news that revenue for the fourth quarter would come in below expectations -- but there's more to the story. Another company is a fashion hit that has a lot of investors betting against it. And the final candidate has fallen victim to the fact that it's a U.S.-listed Chinese company.

Watch the video below to find out which three companies we're talking about and get all of the details.

If growth is what you're after, don't miss this opportunity!

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