Why We Sold Apple Stock

Our firm bought Apple shares for clients’ portfolios in 2013, and we are used to being a contrarian voice when it comes to the stock (read here and here) — we loved it when it was hated. Now we are…

Vitaliy Katsenelson Contrarian Edge
20/11/2018 19:24
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