Buy, Sell, or Hold: Corning
As I've mentioned previously, companies with an incredibly long history, like Corning, don't typically participate in some of the most innovative trends marking our world. Positioned as the market leader in various advanced specialty glass and ceramic products, Corning products are found in consumer electronics worldwide, but trends in its core LCD glass business have weighed on shares recently, keeping the stock relatively range-bound so far this year. As promised earlier this week following videos highlighting both three reasons to buy and three reasons to sell the stock, I conclude my series in the following video by offering my personal buy, sell, or hold opinion, along with some supporting evidence for my decision.
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