Why I Just Bought Shares of SodaStream
Shares of SodaStream have plunged 14% since the at-home carbonation specialist posted mixed quarterly results a little more than one month ago.
But in the following video, the Fool's Steve Symington reminds investors why SodaStream's results weren't nearly as bad as they seemed and why the stock looks incredibly cheap at today's levels -- so much so, in fact, that he decided to take the opportunity to buy shares of SodaStream for the first time in his personal portfolio earlier this week.
Check out the video below to get Steve's full take, then feel free to weigh in to let us know whether you think SodaStream is a buy now.
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