Investors impressed by the new iPhone models; WSJ explains why the iPhone isn’t made in the U.S.


Typically, the shares of Apple decline following its September new product event. That’s because speculators usually drive up the price of the stock in anticipation of what the new iPhones might bring. Once the new handsets are unveiled, disappointment sets in and the speculators make a mad dash for the exit. It might not be a popular opinion, especially since there were a few rumored …

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