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The shares are up 23% since then (27% if you include dividends).
And that's just the beginning.
Corning, you see, has some major new market opportunities.
As I said to you last July, it's one thing to invest in a leader.
It's quite another to invest in a leader that has what it takes to stay at the top - for a good, long run.
The lesson we're talking about here is clear: If you're looking for long-term profits, put your money on proven innovators.
Corning is a proven innovator. And a proven survivor.
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