In many ways, Nuance Communications has a bright future. But in this video, Andrew Tonner gives three reasons you may want to sell:

  • Competition from the likes of IBM, Google, and Microsoft.
  • Growth by acquisition, which can erode book value.
  • The continuing need to make more costly acquisitions.

Nuance is doing some great things, but as Andrew argues, it's not a risk-free investment. Check out the video for more details.

Speech recognition is yet another nascent technology set to explode with the rise of tablets and smartphones, and no company is better poised to benefit from this coming boom than Nuance Communications. However, this growth story doesn't come without risks. The Motley Fool recently published a premium research report to break down what investors interested in Nuance absolutely have to understand before investing, so click here now to grab your copy today.


The article 3 Reasons to Sell Nuance Communications originally appeared on Fool.com.

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