Sierra Wireless is a risky stock right now, this portfolio manager says

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With its connected tech helping usher in the Internet of Things, chip maker Sierra Wireless (Sierra Wireless Stock Quote, Chart TSX:SW) is in the right place at the right time, says money manager Bruce Murray, but whether or not the company can deliver in the fast-evolving sector is still up for grabs. Earlier this month, […]

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