Don't Be Misled: Apple Is Still a Buy
Dec 5th 2012 6:30PM
Updated Dec 5th 2012 6:36PM
With Apple coming down big from its highs, many investors have been caught off guard, while others are claiming that it was destined to happen all along.
However, the growth story for Apple is still just as compelling as it ever was, and at these prices, it's an even more compelling investment. The company trades for a more conservative valuation than a broad index like the Dow Jones Industrial Average , but continues to grow like gangbusters.
Put simply, when you can get growth like this that stomps the broad indexes of the world, and trades at a more affordable valuation, Apple is too cheap to ignore.
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