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3 Things to Love About Apple's Earnings This Week

By Andrew Tonner - Apr 24, 2013 at 10:20PM

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Why the market is fundamentally wrong about Apple.

Andrew Tonner believes the market is wrong about Apple and he gives three reasons you should love Apple today:

  • The iPhone and iPad showed stronger-than-expected sales, easily beating analysts' estimates and demonstrating the products' staying appeal.
  • An expanded stock-buyback program and a dividend increase. Apple shareholders are seeing real returns for their investment.
  • Innovative products in the pipeline that Apple will roll out starting this summer and into 2014.

Andrew sees Apple as a compelling investment opportunity and recommends you buy in.

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