Apple came out on top in Fortune magazine’s recent ranking of America’s most admired companies and, according to the author of today’s article, this seemingly positive distinction makes the company’s stock a ‘sell’. Moreover, he argues that investors would be better off investing in companies that are among the least admired. Why is this? What does the research show? And, if investors are in fact better off investing in the least admired companies, what companies should they be looking at? CLICK HERE to find out.
Does Apple’s ‘Most Admired Company’ Distinction Make Its Stock A ‘Sell’?
- by Bob Mitchell