TripAdvisor went public in December 2011 at $24 per share. Today it trades well north of $80.
The 73% rise was also far higher than the average 17% gain for new US stock listings this year.
Both are expected to post growth. Analysts are also looking for strong results from Tesla Motors and Time Warner.
The fact is while the $1,000 per share may be a psychological milestone, it also offers real indication of a company's strength and health.
Fueled by international growth, the company's share price and profits have soared. But how much upside does the stock have from here?
What should investors do with a stock that misses EPS expectations? Sell it.
An equally weighted index of Facebook, LinkedIn, Netflix and Tesla Motors is up by 205% year to date and 230% over the past 12 months.
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