Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is no longer the high flying growth giant the markets once loved. In the ten-year period starting in 2003 the stock saw gains of as high as 5,000%. The run up was nothing short of Wall Street magic.
Those days are over…but a new opportunity has emerged.
You see there are two classes of stocks. The first is comprised of optimistic growth stocks – Google, Tesla, Amazon and the like. These stocks trade at incredibly high earnings multiples because investors are factoring in expected growth. Simply put, they are anticipating the company to grow its earnings at a much faster rate than the overall market and therefore are paying much more for the cash these companies are generating today. Continue reading "Apple – The Cheapest Growth Stock in the Market"