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What Analysts Are Saying About Apple After the iPhone 7 Debut

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) had its most recent product launch in San Francisco, which is perhaps one of the most anticipated events of the year for consumers, investors and analysts ...
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Why Many More Analysts Are Finally Getting Bullish on Apple Again

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) managed to offer a positive surprise with its earnings report. One thing that stood out was an unexpectedly better iPhone sales, on a relative basis. This was ...
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Why Analysts Remain So Positive on Apple After WWDC Revelations

Many investors and analysts alike — oh, and consumers of course — keep a close eye on every one of Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AAPL) new efforts ahead of, during and after ...
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Why Goldman Sachs Lowered Expectations on Apple

If Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is the biggest and greatest of all public companies, and if Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS) is the biggest and greatest investment banking and financial ...
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Why Cowen Likes Apple So Much Now in Its Analyst Upgrade

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) may have been at the center of the FBI fight for the iPhone unlock scandal, but don't bother telling that to investors. The FBI saga is ...
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Will Apple Investors Cheer Even Larger Buybacks and Even Higher Dividends?

In the endless efforts to return capital to shareholders, companies generally aim to repurchase shares of their own common stock or they go out and pay dividends. Wall Street seems ...
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Will Smaller and Cheaper iPad/iPhone Help Apple?

If you were just looking at Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) shares, you might think that Monday March 21 was just another trading day. Well, what matters here is that this ...
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Why Health Care May Be the Next Growth Frontier for Apple and Tim Cook

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) remains the largest company by market cap. Its shares have ceased the endless gains and now the investing community has an issue with how to evaluate ...
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Why Apple May Spend $20 Billion in Stock Buybacks in 2016 Alone (or More)

Investors love when companies pay dividends and when they repurchase outstanding shares of the common stock. Dividends may account for over half of all total returns through time, but these ...
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Why More and More Analysts May Downgrade Apple Estimates Into 2016

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is still the darling of Wall Street and Main Street. This company has been able to enthrall consumers and the media with its products, and now ...
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Why Investors May Fear the FANG Stocks in 2016

Wall Street and market pundits love to come up with acronyms for certain investing strategies and groups. The term that took off in 2015 was FANG, for Facebook, Amazon Netflix ...
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Why Goldman Sachs Added Apple to Its Conviction Buy List

If there is one bulge bracket brokerage and investment banking firm that can cause a stir with its research department, Goldman Sachs is probably the first one that comes to ...
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Seriously, Why Do Apple Analysts Look So Confused Now?

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is trading higher after another impressive earnings report. The biggest company in the world by market cap, and the world's most profitable company, sold a whopping ...
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Apple Earnings Clouded as Some Wanted More From iPhone

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is now the largest and most profitable company out there. The company's third-quarter earnings report has now been released. Apple generated revenue of $49.6 billion in ...
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Tim Cook Charity Lunch Price Hits $165,000

Bidders get a shot at a lunch with Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) CEO Tim Cook -- at Apple's headquarters. To up the ante, the winner bidder gets "2 VIP passes ...
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