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Ferrari: Fasten Your Seat Belts

In a June 3 Forbes.com article, John Archer highlighted the strengths of Ferrari's pricing power and iconic brand name. But at that time, he felt that a slightly greater "margin of safety" between the market price of the stock and the company's intrinsic value was warranted. Let's look at what's happened over the last four months.
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