I'm Still Adding Netgear to My Portfolio

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Early last week, Fool contributor Steve Symington wrote that he would soon buy shares of Netgear in his personal portfolio.

Then, the following day, shares of Netgear fell nearly 7% after analysts at Goldman Sachs downgraded the stock to "Sell," citing the declining U.S. market for wireless networking equipment.

Even so, Steve says in the following interview with the Fool's Erin Miller, that doesn't change the argument for being bullish on Netgear stock, especially when you account for emerging markets growth and Netgear's entrance into the 4G LTE mobile device market.

What do you think? Please watch the video to get Steve's take, and then let us know whether you think Netgear is still worth your investing dollars.

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The article I'm Still Adding Netgear to My Portfolio originally appeared on Fool.com.

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