In the following video, Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Blake Bos can hardly contain his excitement over Leapfrog , makers of education-focused electronics and tablets for kids, such as its LeapPad series. He notes the company's solid cash flow, and tells us what its 9% yield on market cap figure from 2011 means for investors, and mentions several big names that have major stakes in the company. He also makes sure to give us the other side of the investing coin, noting that employee morale may be low, and the company's moat is far from impenetrable.
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