Outside the Box: As Apple’s stock rides high, 7 reasons investors should worry

Apple seems to be doing well: it’s once again the most valuable U.S. company, with a stock-market value of around $945 billion and its shares trading around $200.

But if you dig a little deeper into Apple’s business, as I have, you will find plenty of reasons to worry. Below are seven red flags that suggest to me that Apple AAPL, -0.83% may, for the first time in over a decade, become a risky investment in the coming 12 to 24 months.

1. Apple’s market is saturated. While Apple controls an impressive 87% of the industry’s profit from smartphones while only selling 19% of units, demand for iPhones is shrinking.

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