Why Weak iPhone Demand Shouldn’t Shake AAPL Investors

Demand for the iPhone X is weaker than expected, driving shares of Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) down about 3% from recent highs.

But Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald and Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani are telling investors not to sweat it.

The two experts appeared together on “Varney & Co.” Wednesday (Dec. 27) to explain why investors need to look beyond the iGadgets to see Apple’s real value.

Watch the video below to see exactly why, very soon, Apple won’t ever have to worry about demand for its products again:

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