Why the Market Is Wrong About Apple
This week Apple held an event in which it introduced a number of new products. The market responded somewhat negatively, but Fool analyst David Meier liked what he saw.
In the following video, John and David discuss some of the new products, and what this all might mean for Apple's profitability in the future. David thinks investors will have reason to be excited again once the momentum begins to pick up.
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