A Short and Sweet Bull Case for Apple Stock

Apple's stock has recovered significantly from its 52-week low of $385. Is the stock still a buy at these prices? Fool contributor Daniel Sparks thinks so. Why? In the video below, he points to an enormous gap between the growth rate for Apple's EPS assumed by the market and analysts' consensus estimate. This huge disconnect, he explains, may mean that Apple shares are still oversold.

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