Apple (AAPL) has invented the next big idea in its array of computing products. This catalyst is The Apple Vision Pro headset.
Apple’s (AAPL) growth has stagnated, with year-over-year profits flat. Perhaps Apple Pay could become the company’s next catalyst?
Apple (AAPL) isn’t even growing anymore. Revenue for iPhones, Macs and Wearables: all down. Apple isn’t growing anymore.
Apple (AAPL) is delivering poor profit growth. And since stock growth follows profit growth, this stock could sit here for a year.
Apple (AAPL) may have finally matured, as analysts expect just 9% profit growth this year, and only 5% growth the next two years.
Apple (AAPL) stock is a good valuewith the P/E down from 29 to 22 since last qtr. But investors have to deal with slow profit growth.
Apple (AAPL) is a stronger company than it used to be, as its successfully bullying Facebook and Snap — as well as Epic Games.
Apple (AAPL) has a new iPhone 13, and a new watch as well. These and other prouct advances should keep AAPL stock timely.
Apple (AAPL) delivered stupendous results last qtr with iPhone revenue up 66%, with Mac up 70%, and iPad up 79%.
Apple’s (AAPL) new camera creates 3D like images, and this could be a catalyst for the stock. If not, I see little upside here,
Apple (AAPL) takes 30% of add-on game revenue from video game developers, then blocks the game if they don’t pay up.
Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone sales were down last qtr as the Coronavirus closed stores. But Wearables and Services picked up the slack.
Apple (AAPL) stock is up 91% in just a year. So now the question is will this rally continue or is the run done?
Apple (AAPL) wearable sales and services revenue have been catalysts for the stock as AAPL’s P/E hits a decade high.
Apple’s (AAPL) profits are coming in so crappy, that next year’s profits are expected to grow 12% due to easy comparisons.
iPhones make up 59% of Apple (AAPL) sales, and with the company having 0% unit growth last qtr, this stock’s run could be done.
Apple (AAPL) is expected to debut its new iPhone 8 on September 12th. That should be good for profits. Also, service revenue is becoming a bigger piece of the AAPL.
I was wrong not owning Apple (AAPL) stock, but with just 3% revenue growth and 2% profit growth last qtr I still think you should sell it.
The iPhone 7 has arrived! And Apple (AAPL) stock is rallying on the news. Let’s take a look at the numbers, and see if profit estimates jumped.
Apple (AAPL) almost doubled profits last quarter — crushing analyst estimates along the way. This stock should have a P/E of 35 and instead its 14. The pressure is building. The levee has to break.