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Transition phase

A stage of development when a company begins to mature and its earnings decelerate to the rate of growth of the economy as a whole. Related: Three-phase DDM.
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Transition Phase

A stage in a company's life cycle where growth slows to the growth rate of the economy at large. This is marked by a slowdown in earnings growth and often results in a change to the company's dividend policy. See also: Growth phase, Maturity phase, Three-phase DDM.
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