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Wall Street analysts think Apple's next big opportunity is something called the 'Ambient Paradigm' (AAPL)

"Investors don't seem to have much faith in Apple's future," UBS analysts Steven Milunovich and Benjamin Wilson wrote in a note distributed to clients on Wednesday. Simply put, only 11% of Apple's market cap can be attributed to profits projected more than three years out, according to their calculation. It's the classic problem for Apple stock — it trades at a PE ratio much lower than tech giants such as Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and Facebook.
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