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How Wall Street Put Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) Stock in "Animal House"

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This is really gonna surprise you, but Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) stock and the old comedy "Animal House" have some astounding similarities.

Remember how the Deltas were in so much hot water that Dean Wormer had to put them on "double secret probation"?

Well, that's happening to Apple stock right this very moment...

How to Beat the Market by 656%

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We want to let you in on a secret. Since high-tech is flattening everything in its path, we've got a stealthy solution to beat the market by 656%...

In fact, the mainstream media ought to be covering this story aggressively - yet I've hardly heard a word about it.

Perhaps because the facts we're about to share with you contradict the impending "tech bubble" the financial media has been gleefully speculating about...

How Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) Became the Vampire Squid of Tech

Business partnerships with Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) produce abundant profits - but usually only for Apple.

Using its clout as a vendor of highly desirable consumer technology, Apple secures extremely favorable deals with suppliers, providers of goods and services, and retailers.

Such deals are a major reason behind Apple's extraordinary profits.

"Can Apple continue to roll through industry after industry, soak up all the profits, and leave everything it touches as a smoking wreckage?" Craig Moffett, an analyst at Sanford Bernstein & Co. told the Los Angeles Times.

Despite increases in business volume, many companies that deal with the Cupertino, CA-company discover it's usually a one-sided relationship when it comes to profits.

Apple has, in effect, become the technology world's "vampire squid" -- a term coined by Rolling Stone Matt Taibbi in 2009 to describe Wall Street behemoth Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS).

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