Apple Can’t De-Risk From China Fast Enough

Does one bad apple spoil the whole bunch? That's the question market participants are asking themselves about the so-called "Magnificent 7" cohort with mega-cap "tech" earnings on deck in the US. The bad apple's Tesla which, as of last quarter, is a growth stock with no growth. I think Elon Musk will figure it out. (But what do I know, right?) Tesla's not the only problem for the Magnificent 7, though. It's the figurative bad apple, but the group's literal Apple (proper noun) appears to be sp

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  1. why not make it in America? we only need to increase productivity through making people accepting lower wages and work longer hours to bring us on par with China or India

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