Since I have nothing better to do, searching webs for articles for why I said the hesitant investor is quoting past stories:
iPhone’s double-edged sword: Big sales, big risk for Apple dated Jan 28, 2015
Apple’s flagship smartphone drove record sales and profits for the Cupertino, Calif., electronics maker in the final quarter of 2014. However, the heavy mix of iPhone sales again highlighted the company’s dependence on a single product line, putting it at risk down the line.
About 69 percent of Apple’s $74.6 billion revenue came from its smartphone, far more than its typical level closer to 50 percent. iPhone sales, for example, made up 56 percent of revenue in the year-earlier period and in its fiscal fourth quarter that ended in September.
Is Apple a luxury brand? dated Apr 29, 2015
Apple has pretty much become mass-market, not luxury, in most of their product categories. Their prices have dropped somewhat relative to close rivals in many categories, as I understand it, so that’s one measure of non-luxury status.
From where I am standing Apple is not a luxury brand. Apple is a premium brand and there is a difference. Think Lexus, not Ferrari.
Technical picture is already responded earlier.
I am really bored to read the same worries and same stories year after year.