iPhone's Halo Effect

Though revenues should perk up for suppliers of the Apple phone's components, most of them are too big to get much of a lift in stock price

With Apple's (AAPL) stock up nearly 40% since the iPhone was unveiled Jan. 9, investors might be wondering whether there's money to be made with the shares of component suppliers and accessory makers that may profit from the device.

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