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How Investors Should Approach Apple Amid the U.S.-China Trade War

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How Investors Should Approach Apple Amid the U.S.-China Trade War

How Investors Should Approach Apple Amid the U.S.-China Trade War

Is Apple still the Apple of your eye?

Real Money Stock of the Day Apple is one of the most trade-sensitive stocks as the U.S.-China trade war marches on.

Apple has a heavy reliance on China a lot of its global supply chain.

But, that's not all.

The September 1 tariffs will impact Apple's AirPods, Apple Watch and HomePod speakers.

The products are included in the most recent tariffs of $115 billion worth of Chinese goods that now face a 15% tariff when imported into the United States.

Jeff Marks, senior portfolio analyst with Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS portfolio, talked to TheStreet about Apple.

Look at Apple on a week to week basis, advised Marks.

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