Why we’re still backing Apple

By Storm Uru, Fund Manager

Concerns over technology stocks emerged as we entered 2019. In particular, Apple, which we classify as a ‘frontier’ firm and a key Neptune holding, suffered after issuing its first profit warning in 16 years.

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