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1. Apple (AAPL)
This week marked a rare bright spot in the post-Steve Jobs Apple era and a potentially watershed moment for maligned CEO Tim Cook.
Cook headed to Congress to discuss corporate taxes. By all accounts, Cook’s performance was masterful.
“By the end of the ordeal the Senators were falling all over themselves praising Cook, Apple and iPhones,” noted Breakout’s Jeff Macke.
Todd Schoenberger, managing partner at LandColt Capital, believes the testimony reignites the bullish case for Apple.
"What it brought to the attention of everybody is how much money this company is actually saving and how much money they have in cash," he said. "That's why you want to be long this stock."
Still, Macke believes that a good showing before CongressRead More »from Earnings Beat Lifts H-P Into Top Stocks of the Week