Did 3D Systems' Stock Split Rattle Investors?

Despite 3D Systems releasing, by all accounts, an excellent earnings report of its last quarter, shares took a major dip Monday morning, after the company announced that a three-for-two stock split would be completed and effective beginning at the close of business on Friday, Feb. 22. In this video, Motley Fool industrials analyst Isaac Pino speculates on how this stock split may have shaken investors, and cautions that it is much more important for investors to follow the fundamentals of how a company is performing, rather than look at more superficial events such as a stock split to base your thesis on.

3D Systems is at the leading edge of a disruptive technological revolution, with the broadest portfolio of 3-D printers in the industry. However, despite years of earnings growth, 3D Systems' share price has risen even faster, and today the company sports a dizzying valuation. To help investors decide whether the future of additive manufacturing is bright enough to justify the lofty price tag on the company's shares, The Motley Fool has compiled a premium research report on whether 3D Systems is a buy right now. In our report, we take a close look at 3D Systems' opportunities, risks, and critical factors for growth. You'll also find reasons to buy or sell, and receive a full year of analyst updates with the report. To start reading, simply click here now for instant access.

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