Don't Fret Over Apple's Miss
Jul 26th 2012 7:02PM
Updated Jul 26th 2012 7:06PM
If there is one thing you should dislike about Apple, it's that its proverbial eggs are held in very few baskets. Luckily for shareholders, those eggs are solid gold, and its baskets would put the 9-by-10 Newark, Ohio, record-breaker to shame. That being said, the company's cycle of product introductions drives so much consumer interest and anticipation that it can lead to a material impact on near-term results. In the following video, Brenton offers his opinion that it was this phenomenon weighing on results in the last quarter, and explains why investors shouldn't fret over the disappointing numbers.
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