LeapFrog Insider Butting Heads With Wall Street

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Shares of children's electronics maker LeapFrog took a hit last week as one Wall Street analyst pulled his price target on the company back from $15 to $10 over concerns about its new Ultra tablet's glitches. In this video, Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Blake Bos takes a look through several reviews of the tablet and highlights one investor who's making a big bet on LeapFrog at the moment. Blake tells investors why this downgrade is just market noise and why now may be a great time to pick up LeapFrog shares.

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