Apple stock is soaring but at least one pro thinks the tech giant's ride will come to an end in 2015
"It's losing market share like crazy. It's becoming a one-trick pony … it is a phone company," Bert Dohmen, president of Dohmen Capital Research said.
That said, he told CNBC's "Closing Bell" he is bullish for the short term—but only because of "financial engineering" by the company in the form of stock buybacks.
"I'm bullish for the stock into year end. It should be strong because this is when most of the stock buybacks are done by companies," Dohmen explained.