After falling big from its highs, investors everywhere are wondering: is Apple's epic run over?

Today, Fool.com contributors Chris Bledsoe and Austin Smith chime in. 

While headlines about Apple's demise are powerful, Austin believes they are often inaccurate  The company's growth and dominant position are the best in the industry, and the missteps that the market loves to highlight are typically blown out of context for shock value. 


An impartial look at Apple's fundamentals shows a company that's extremely cheap for the growth it's putting up today.

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The article Is Apple's Epic Run Over? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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