Big Day on Deck for Apple

Over the past 12 months or so, Apple (AAPL) shares have fallen back by over 30% as investors became concerned about Apple losing its innovative dominance and perhaps more so about its phenomenal growth rate slowing. There are certainly valid reasons as to why investors would come to this conclusion; the market is littered with relics of once-dominant technology innovators -- think Eastman Kodak, Palm and most recently BlackBerry (BBRY), just to name a few.

Perhaps Apple can never grow its sales and profits at the spectacular rates of the past, but that is more a function of its size than loss in innovation. Apple is set to host an event tomorrow that will likely unveil the release of a new line of products, most notably a new iPad. Similar to the iPhone 5s, I think the new iPad and iPad mini will reveal that Apple is still one of the premier innovators in the space....305 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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