How Should Investors Play This Telecom Giant for the Rest of 2012?
Jul 19th 2012 12:22PM
Updated Jul 19th 2012 12:28PM
Today, editor/analyst Andrew Tonner discusses his expectations for how AT&T will fare in the year's second half. The company gained 16% in first six months of 2012, and looks attractive for the second half as well. Along with Verizon, AT&T dominates the mobile telecommunications market and should continue to grow along with that industry. Sometime next quarter, the Apple iPhone 5 could give AT&T even more growth as well, and Andrew believes the stock will match or outperform the market.
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