October 1, 2013

 Headlines abound touting the death of the personal computer (PC). Just this past July, it was widely reported that personal computer shipments in the second quarter declined 11% globally, the fifth straight quarter of declines and the worst downturn since the advent of the PC. Is the PC dead? No. Should I be selling all my PC-related stocks? Probably not. In order to analyze why one might want to hold onto PC-related stocks (in spite of the PC's journalistic obituary), let's examine the life cycle of a company and how this concept informs our investment decisions.

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