The Apple of My Portfolio

I have been building up a position in Apple (AAPL) all year including adding a few more shares after the selloff triggered by the disappointing unveiling of the new versions of its iconic iPhone franchise earlier this month. The giant from Cupertino now accounts for the largest allocation to any one stock in my portfolio.

I post frequent updates on significant Apple events in the Columnist Conversation section on the Real Money homepage, but I rarely cover the company in my columns. I prefer to highlight smaller and lesser known names that have solid capital appreciation potential or offer significant yield and dividend growth. In addition, usually there is not a lot of value to add by providing insights on Apple, given it is the most widely followed and commented stock in the investing universe....538 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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