Zipcar's Sustainable Growth
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Zipcar reported earnings recently, and we learned that profitability continued to trend upward. The company said it expects net income to finish the year between $3 million and $7 million. Sadly for shareholders, the stock got crushed nonetheless. Investors apparently were expecting more growth and the company seemed to fall short of those expectations. Despite that setback, David likes how this story is playing out, and is committed to holding this stock in our 10-Bagger portfolio for the long term.
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