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Down but Not Out: Why Apple's Still the Best Buy in All of Tech

By Andrew Tonner - Apr 14, 2013 at 9:00PM

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Investors giving up on Apple now may miss out big.

Apple stock has taken a drubbing over the past year. In this video, Andrew Tonner offers three reasons he thinks Apple is still a great buy:

  • It trades at ridiculously low valuations, particularly given its cash reserves.
  • It will probably launch a low-cost iPhone to finally penetrate emerging markets, which has been a weak spot for the company. 
  • It's likely to roll out either its iWatch or its iTV next year, in a move that should help boost revenue and profit growth.

Andrew argues that positioning yourself in this company at today's low valuations could pay off this time next year.

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