Currently, the stock is pricing in zero growth while possessing the strongest balance sheet in world history. find out this hereWe bought the long-term call options back in 2013 when the stock pulled back on growth and margin concerns between iPhone launches. We thought you could make 5 times on the options back then, and we did as the stock more than doubled over the next 18 months. We are in a similar period now. The returns aren’t quite as attractive, but you can still triple your money if the stock goes back to its 52-week high in the next 18 months. Gilead(NASDAQ: GILD ) is another company we’ve owned for a number of years. It’s currently trading at under 7 times what it will earn this year as people fear the current earnings run rate isn’t sustainable as its Hepatitis C drug totally cures people. We think Gilead will be able to maintain earnings around this level. The company has allocated capital fabulously in the past with some great acquisitions. I met with the new CEO recently and he was very impressive. David Gardner owns shares of Amazon.com and Apple. Joe Magyer owns shares of Amazon.com. John Rotonti owns shares of Apple. Rana Pritanjali owns shares of Apple and Gilead Sciences.
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