Earlier this month, Whole Foods Market stock plunged 10% after the organic grocery chain reported solid fiscal fourth-quarter results but disappointed investors with weak forward guidance.
Shares have continued to tread downward since then, creating what the Fool's Steve Symington thinks is a fantastic buying opportunity for patient long-term investors.
After all, as Steve explains in the following video, the market presented a similar buying opportunity earlier this year, which panned out quite well for those willing to weather the downturn. As a result, he added to his existing position in Whole Foods stock last week.
To learn more about Whole Foods' current situation, please check out the video below to get Steve's full take.
What do you think? Is Whole Foods stock a buy at today's levels? Feel free to weigh in using the comments section below.
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