13 March 2015
In Part 1 of this series, we looked at Tesla Motors (TSLA) and its current life-cycle and noted that often times. the stocks of the best companies can have several life-cycles of growth and decline throughout their history. These are generally companies that are able to re-invent themselves time and time again with newer and ever more innovative products and services that drive new product cycles that, in turn, drive resurgent earnings and sales growth. This, in turn, drives a new upside price cycle for the stock. One of the greatest examples of this is a company that is arguably the technology juggernaut of the New Millennium, Apple (AAPL).
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