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John and David look for solid companies in strong trends for their real-money portfolio. With that in mind, here are three reasons to buy Fusion-io. The big trend is that solid-state memory costs continue to fall on a cost-per-gigabyte basis. That makes SSDs very attractive alternative to traditional storage products from Seagate or Western Digital as a result of the increased performance. The second reason to buy is that Fusion-io has a first-mover advantage. And it's using that advantage to sell product to server makers such as Cisco and Hewlett-Packard. The last reason is that Fusion-io isn't resting on its laurels. It continues to reinvest capital in R&D to create new products for its markets. Fusion-io has been gaining momentum lately, following a rough patch. That business momentum should continue over the next few years and the stock price should follow.
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