Harley-Davidson Stock: Time to Buy on the Dip?
Jun 13th 2013 5:30PM
Updated Jun 13th 2013 7:00PM
Harley-Davidson didn't have the best start to 2013. The company's motorcycle sales fell by 13% in the U.S, and its stock responded by drifting lower by more than 10%. Could the market be overreacting?
Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos thinks so. And in the video below, he discusses some of the impressive wins that Harley notched recently. Still, the company's biggest avenue for growth, Demitrios argues, is in expanding its rock-solid brand to new demographics and new markets.
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