Apple Vs. Epic: Make Sure the Winner is Your Portfolio

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

The verdict is in; Apple’s app store doesn’t constitute an illegal monopoly, but they can’t stop developers like Epic Games from directing their users to make purchases outside of the official app store.

I think that anybody who treats this like a loss for Apple is overreacting. It’s a mixed outcome, but I’d call it a win for Apple overall since they avoided being named as an illegal monopoly. Exactly how big a deal it is, though, will be determined by how many developers actually follow through and send consumers elsewhere for payments.

I don’t expect this decision to be where Apple’s focus is coming up. Instead, they have wearables and services on offer, and I think that everything they introduce is the best it’s ever been.

In spite of this, the overall market is still uncertain. I can show you exactly which stocks to buy to give yourself the best chances even under these conditions. All you have to do is click here to check it out.


Cheers and good investing,

Michael A. Robinson

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