Many tech investors have written off Apple's growth prospects. In this video, Andrew Tonner gives one reason investors shouldn't bail out on Apple just yet: Specifically, Apple has $137 billion in cash that it could return to shareholders, either through a dividend increase or the issuance of preferred stock. For more details on how Apple could make it happen, and what challenges it could face, check out the video.
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