When Stratasys reported earnings last week, the company raised its full-year revenue guidance estimates, sending shares to fresh all-time highs. However, Fool.com contributor Steve Heller wonders if the move was justified, considering that the raise in guidance was only due to incorporating the MakerBot acquisition into the company's results. Check out the video below to get the full story.
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