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In this video, Motley Fool analysts Joe Tenebruso and Eric Bleeker discuss whether Apple makes the cut as an Everlasting business. Also in the video, Joe offers two other businesses that he feels are Everlasting, and that Fools can buy, add to, and hold for years and even decades to come.
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