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Why GT Advanced Technologies Shares Could Triple By 2015

Shares of GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) could more than double by the end of 2015. This company experienced a difficult business environment in 2011-2012. Its revenues declined by 78% from $271.6M in Q1-11 to $57.7M in Q1-13. However, its revenues rebounded in Q2-13 to $168M, which may be the start of a long term trend.

GT is active in three main markets: the solar PV industry, the polysilicon industry and the sapphire industry. In this article I will demonstrate how all three markets are uniquely aligned to allow GT to grow significantly in the next 2-3 years.

The PV Segment

The PV segment has suffered the most over the past 2 years. The over-supply situation in the PV market has...

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