The Bullish Case for Apple
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Apple reported earnings last week and showed why it's the best electronic device company on the planet. Apple's dominance can't be exaggerated at this point. And it appears that Apple is getting better with age, as it continues to create devices that people want to use. Apple's growth has made it the largest company in the world by market cap. And yet, David and John see more growth ahead. That's why they are adding it to their 10-Bagger Portfolio watchlist.
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