By Eric Bleeker | September 19, 2012
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These days, it seems there's one company that simply can't lose. Especially after its huge iPhone 5 win, many investors are looking to get on board the Apple train. Senior Technology Analyst Eric Bleeker tackles the question of whether investors should buy now, despite record-high share prices, or hold off in hopes of a better deal, perhaps once "Apple mania" has calmed down a bit.
The problem with waiting for a pullback in this stock is that, as history has shown, it often doesn't happen. What savvy investors must ask themselves is whether the stock is still fundamentally undervalued -- and Eric believes the answer is yes.
Watch the following short video to learn why.
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