There's no question that tech stocks have had a rough couple of weeks. Between mid-March and mid-April, the Nasdaq Composite Index fell just a shade under 10%. While that's painful enough for investors, some stocks took the hits to the chin harder than others.
While looking for deals in the area, Motley Fool contributor Brian Stoffel considered buying shares of Gogo, Inc. (NASDAQ:GOGO), the only pure play on Internet connectivity for airlines and their passengers. Shares of the company are trading a full 50% below their year-long highs.
While Brian concluded that Gogo represented a solid business with a stable future, he's not going to be buying shares anytime soon. To find out why, check out the video below.
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