The hot topic of late has been David Einhorn and his fight against Apple to get the tech giant to raise its dividend. Einhorn's so-called "iPref" is said to have the potential to create $150 worth of value in the stock. With a yield of 1.90%, Apple is already one of the most generous payers on the market. However, the company's growth has become a concern. It's now a fight between ideals. With growth being an issue, Apple's ability to produce growth will be diminished with less cash. But on the other hand, does Apple need a hoard of $137 billion? What's right and agreeable is somewhere in the middle, or even the bottom third.