With the company -- and the stock -- on a tear, a checklist of what could go wrong
Bernstein Research's Toni Sacconaghi, an analyst with a long history of bearish Apple (AAPL) predictions (see below) chose an odd day to make what he calls the "bear case [for] a darling among buyside investors."
Apple was trading at record highs for the third day in a row Monday when Sacconaghi offered his clients these bullet points:
In the end, the analyst seems unconvinced by his own analysis.
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