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Logitech Stock: It's Time To Consider After A 45% Sell-Off

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Mirco Lysek


  • Logitech has a very solid mid- to long-term setup for capturing the potential of the actual secular growth drivers, as well as in at least three disruptive and future-oriented trends.
  • Their ability to make a profit from the capital they employ in their business exceeds by far the industry average.
  • Logitech’s stock price is undervalued by at least 28%, mostly because of uncertainties in the market about their ability to continue to grow substantially.
  • The market prices in the downside risk, but ignores the upside potential.

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Independent trader with 18+ years of experience in the equity market. Master's Degree in Management specialized in Finance and Strategy. It’s all about managing the risk: Being wrong is unavoidable, staying wrong is a choice. While I enjoy giving my opinion on long-term investment opportunities, my focus is oriented toward momentum and mid-term position trading, as I leverage my proficiency in fundamental analysis and combine selected quantitative metrics and theories in technical analysis.

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