3 Reasons Not to Worry About Potbelly

Investors punished Potbelly on Thursday by pushing the stock down more than 24% to trade around $11.09 per share. Potbelly's precipitous decline comes on the heels of the sandwich chain's announcement on Wednesday that warned investors of declining same-store sales for its second quarter.

With everyone running for the hills, taking a contrarian view can be challenging. However, as Foolish investors, we know that finding winning long-term businesses is what often reaps the richest rewards. Check out the presentation below to discover three compelling reasons Potbelly is still a winning long-term investment. 


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