3 Reasons Why Apple Is Still Set to Explode
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which research analyst Lyons George and industrials editor/analyst Isaac Pino discuss topics across the investing world.
With so much negative attention swirling around the Facebook IPO, it's easy to miss what's right in the tech world. In today's edition, Lyons and Isaac discuss why Apple is still set to outpace its peers -- and reward its investors. Bolstered by a regulatory win in China and a groundbreaking new partnership here at home, the Cupertino giant could be poised to grow sales of current products substantially in the next two to three months. Toss in this summer's expected release of the iPhone 5 and plenty of other "incredible things" coming down the pipeline, and it's clear that things look equally sunny in the long run. Watch as our analysts discuss what's going on at Apple, and why you should still be excited.
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