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Lessons from the Lemonade Stand.
"Harley-Davidson (HOG) became the poster child for demographic change this month. Traders punished the shares as sales of their iconic American bikes hit a rough patch. Overall, quarterly US revenues declined 0.7% year-over-year. Disturbingly, market share dropped from 56% to 51%, as cheaper Japanese motorcycles eroded HOG's sales of smaller bikes, where the company has less of a following. The market fears a price war with a race to the bottom. Is the long, classic American love affair with Harleys a thing of the past?"
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