OpenText stock is cheap, this portfolio manager says

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Shares of OpenText Corp (OpenText Quote, Chart TSX, NADSAQ:OTEX) are up over nine per cent for the year so far, but investors are still going to be rewarded by this stock, says Lyle Stein of Vestcap Investment Management, who thinks OpenText stock remains undervalued. Waterloo, Ontario-based OpenText had a pretty good run over the summer, […]

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