Last August, Apple was marching toward $700 a share and sentiment toward the company couldn't have been more optimistic. Fast-forward a year later, and now the company is struggling to convince investors that that it can drive increased profitability over the long term. As a result, shares currently trade at a significant discount to the S&P 500, indicating that investors aren't completely sold on Apple's future drivers of growth.
In the following video, Fool contributor Steve Heller sits down with tech and telecom analysts Eric Bleeker and Jamal Carnette to discuss how investors should be thinking about Apple going forward.
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