A Clear View of Corning

Every so often, you miss a stock. It happens. You see an interesting company that you mean to circle back to later, and sometimes later might be too late. That happened to me with the shares of the glass manufacturer Corning (GLW).

Last November, the stock pulled back 21% and was trading near what we can call its 52-week low, through the clear lens called hindsight. I knew at the time that shipments of personal computers were in trouble amid the shift to tablets and that smartphones were continuing to take share from basic and feature mobile phones. On the downside, there was some question about the outlook for TV shipments. What to do?...513 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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