Apple: The Best Risk-Adjusted Play on China
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Apple just reported another blowout quarter. The tech juggernaut smashed revenue expectations and destroyed earnings-per-share estimates. But while some Wall Street analysts were focused on supposedly weak domestic iPhone sales numbers reported by Verizon and AT&T, few could argue with Apple's explosive international sales. And the most important international market for Apple is China -- a massive opportunity that should help fuel Apple's growth for many years to come.
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