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From: alfie (Rep: 1284) reply to bucyrusDate: 01/22/2020 13:36
Forum: Apple Computer - Msg #17072Thread #674118191 (Rec: 0)
Re: explaining AAPL: With cap-weighted indexes, index buyers have no discreti...

I’m not getting you, 2019 has been their best year eps wise since 2014, no brainier. Btw if you like a safe bet with great income check out Royal London Sterling Extra Yield Bond Fund. Averages 8% plus pays 5.7% dividend

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Reply to bucyrus - Msg #2812378 - 01/22/2020 13:28

Re: explaining AAPL: With cap-weighted indexes, index buyers have no discretion but to load up on stocks that are already overweight (and often pricey) and neglect those already underweight. That’s the opposite of buy low, sell high.
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