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3 Types Of Explosive-Growth Companies -- And Why They're Dangerous

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Growth, for its own sake, has tripped up many companies -- and investors, for that matter.
 
Every year around this time, financial publications publish their list of America's fastest-growing companies. And their advertising departments love them. These are often the most popular issues of the year, as consumers try to find "the next Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT)" or "the next Google (Nasdaq: GOOG)."
 
Yet here's what these publications won't tell you as they're trying to drum up the media buzz: The fastest-growing companies are not often the best...