Despite poor expectations for Apple's stock price, customers are still paying up at Apple retail stores. In fact, customers are spending more than ever at Apple retail stores. For a company that already has the most sales per square feet, this is pretty impressive.
In the video below, Fool contributor Daniel Sparks explains the disconnect between Apple's popular and jam-packed retail stores and the market's poor expectations for Apple's stock.
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