Apple boss Tim Cook has been criticized for missing a trick by carrying out a share buyback before the introduction of Donald Trump's tax repatriation plan.
Apple posted quarterly earnings revenue of $52.9 billion Tuesday. The figure was just shy of expectations, but the firm appeased investors with an increased quarterly dividend of $0.63.
The firm also upped its buyback program by $35 billion and plans to spend a total of $210 billion buying back its stock by the end of March 2019.
This is all made possible by Apple's $256.8 billion cash hoard but one investor thinks Apple's Chief Executive Tim Cook, could have done better.