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Investors swoop in as Apple's faltering makes its stock cheap while risk is lower

Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 05:50

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Investors have started questioning Apple's ability to expand after the company ended 13 straight years of uninterrupted sales growth earlier in 2016.

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APPLE Inc losing steam only makes it a bargain. The iPhone maker is cheap and the risk is lower, according to Robert Naess, who oversees 33 billion euros (S$50.5 billion) in stocks at Nordea Bank, Scandinavia's largest bank.

"Apple is boring now," he said in an interview at

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