AAPL falls victim to ‘overinflated expectations’

Yes, I know. That’s absurd. And that’s how Wall Street works. What’s really broken with Apple? The company’s inability to surpass overinflated expectations. It’s as simple as that. Almost.

Revenue and profits are slowing down. They’re growing slower as a percentage over previous growth rates. Rates. Not actual numbers. Once a company hits $100-billion in annual revenue, growth of 20-percent requires another $20-billion in revenue in just a year. That kind of growth rate is difficult to maintain, regardless of how stellar the finances.

Some smart insights here. Worth a read.