Andy Batts
Long only, value, growth, momentum

Should You Buy DexCom After The Meteoric Rise?

In my last article on DexCom (NASDAQ:DXCM) back in June last year, I argued that the stock could be a potential multi-bagger. The stock was then trading just below $22. Earlier this month, DXCM created an all-time high of $49.83 before correcting ~15%. Generally it is considered that a 15% correction from the top is a buying opportunity for a stock undergoing a secular bull phase. In this article I will analyze whether investors should consider this mild correction a buying opportunity or they should stay away from DXCM after its meteoric rise over the last twelve months.

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