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Applied Opto: Down 22%, Plenty of Questions Heading to Q4 Report

Applied Optoelectronics, whose shares fell apart last year amidst a slowing in its business, is down another 22% in advance of its Q4 report on February 21st, and Raymond James analyst Simon Leopold, though still bullish on the stock, and despite his forecast for revenue to top expectations, concedes there's still plenty of questions in front of the company.
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