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Follow Up: Will Apple Ever Reach $700 Again?
- Apple doesn't have the ability to provide a price floor at $500.
- The sheer amount of capital required to move Apple stock constrains price appreciation.
- Cash-funded buybacks need earnings growth or multiple expansion to increase shareholder value.
Will Apple Ever Reach $700 Again?
- I believe Apple has reached peak profitability and stock valuation, and is no longer a long-term holding.
- While impressive in absolute scale, Apple's capital return program isn't enough to make the stock attractive.
- Apple is better traded with short-term price movements, and is a buy under $450/share.
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