Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) slide over the past year made major waves throughout the tech and investment community. However, it seems the company's stock price might have finally found a floor, partially on the back of Apple's recently bolstered capital-return program. Apple's cash had been one of the most talked-about aspects of this company, and CEO Tim Cook showed the market he isn't afraid to fire the company's biggest bazooka. So just how much does its new and improved buyback program actually give investors? In the following video, we run the numbers to find out.
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