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Apple Stock Market Outlook After Announcement of New Product Line

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Apple has presented its latest lineup of products. The tech company has revealed the new iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13, the Apple Watch Series 7, and the new iPad and iPad mini. Our Investment Committee Member Paul Meeks, CFA, CAIA, was on Cheddar TV’s Opening Bell to discuss the announcement in more detail. How will this product launch affect the Apple stock market outlook? Watch the interview below to learn the details.

Curious about Paul’s other interviews and articles? Check out Meeks’s Musings: I Am A Bit Relieved – Inflation in the U.S. or Longtime Investor, Paul Meeks, CFA, Says Time to Get Defensive in Tech Trade for more news, articles, and updates.

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