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Apple: Take Your Profits Now, Come Back Later

Aug. 01, 2021 1:51 AM ETApple Inc. (AAPL)211 Comments
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Joshua Sorto


  • Dividend Yield Theory is a great indicator of overvalued and undervalued shares for healthy companies.
  • Apple’s current high growth is temporary.
  • Apple is on its way to becoming a dividend aristocrat.
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Investment Thesis

Investors are treating Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) as if it has found a second growth spurt. In reality Apple is now a fully grown cash cow, not a young budding calf. The pandemic made many companies transition to the internet faster than

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