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Half Of Apple's 2017 Gains Are From ETF Flows

When it comes to Apple, it has become almost apocryphal to suggest that the world's most valuable company whose (offshore but not for long) cash hoard is bigger than the GDPs of most countries, owes its nearly $1 trillion market cap to anything less than the stellar success of its products, by which we of course mean the iPhone. And yet, as one bank after another has cautioned in recent weeks - Deutsche Bank most recently - Apple's magic goose may no longer be laying "supercycle" eggs, now that the iPhone X is officially a dud, with Cupertino quietly ordering production to be slashed as much as 50% following a historic gamble: the price of its latest gadget was just too high, leading to a plunge in interest.
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