Why I'm Still Considering Buying This Company at Over 100 Times Earnings

Since its IPO, shares of LinkedIn  have gone up 92%, and now trade hands for well over 100 times earnings. But that doesn't mean investors should be avoiding LinkedIn shares at all costs. In the video below, Motley Fool contributor Brian Stoffel tells you why he's considering adding shares to his real-life holdings.

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