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If you think "what goes up, must come down" applies to Apple stock, think again.
The company has beat expectations time and again.
And our Apple stock forecast for 2025 predicts more of the same.
You can see a 122% rise from its March 2020 plateau.
Cathie Wood's Ark Invest thought they would take their profits, selling 500,000 shares of Apple in March.
But we're looking for more growth potential.
For most investors in the market, 5G just got real, meaning there are now even more ways for us to profit.
And Apple’s recent unveiling of its iPhone 12 with 5G capabilities is handing us a huge profit opportunity.
Indeed, Tom will show you a long-term pattern playing out in Apple where he sees a potential 233% profit… .
Despite what most people think, the cashless “future” is already here.
And there’s a company with the vision to see this as a $2.7 trillion opportunity for the taking.
If anyone is going to deliver the convenient, cashless future we’ve been hearing about for decades, it’ll be these folks….
The 2020 Apple suppliers list is a great place to look for backdoor plays on the tech titan.
It's not unusual for an Apple supplier to get a big chunk of their business from the device maker.
The stock prices of these "high dependency" suppliers typically do well when Apple does well.
Money Morning has crafted a streamlined version of the official AAPL suppliers list, with additional data and features you won't find anywhere else.
At times like these, I like to remind investors about my friend "Pete."
I last told you about him and the colossal mistake he made in our Dec. 15 chat.
You may recall that the former Wall Streeter actually passed on Apple in the summer of 1997 because he felt the storied computing firm had already seen its best days.
Of course, we now know that Apple is one of the great investing success stories of all time.
I'm bringing this up today because I see a similar mindset taking hold among investors.
After a rapid selloff in February and March, the market has been rebounding nicely.
And yet, many are afraid to pull the trigger, even on a company as valuable and built for the long haul as Apple.
But at the very least, the Silicon Valley legend should be on your bear market watchlist because the stock is set to double again from here.
Technology analyst Gene Munster (one of Wall Street's most well-known Apple experts) recently gave Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) a new price target of $350 per share in the next two years.
That Apple stock price prediction calls for 70% gains in just 24 months.
How is that possible when the company has been facing many challenges to future growth, including a slower economy in China?
Just like cloud computing set up a massive rally in shares of Microsoft, the 5G boom is poised to do the same for Apple stock.
At the moment, Apple phones are not built for the rollout of 5G.
This may or may not have been an intentional move on the part of Apple management.
If 5G is as big a deal as most expect, Apple users will quickly clamor for the capability.
While JPMorgan is far from the first Wall Street firm to see a love connection between these two giants of Silicon Valley, Apple stock's increasingly perilous state makes this acquisition more likely than ever.
You see, recent reports from Cupertino suggest that the future of Apple stock is on the rocks.
In fact, just this week, the company's stock slumped over 2% on news that the company's app store revenue had declined last quarter.
Despite a recent bounce, Apple stock is still well off its all-time high. Wall Street remains focused on iPhone sales, which have flattened out in recent years.
But as usual, Wall Street is looking in the wrong direction - backwards.
The future of Apple lies not with the iPhone, but with its move into a new - and far more lucrative - business.
The Apple stock price is now down about 37% from its all-time high of $233.47 reached on Oct. 3. The steep decline has Apple investors worried, but this is nowhere near as bad as it looks at first glance - and it's definitely not as dire as the media has been reporting.
It's been a tough year for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL).
Flat iPhone sales, trade war attrition, and volatile market conditions have driven Apple stock down 26% over the last three months.
The trend has put a bad taste in Wall Street's mouth.
Over the last 30 days, eight financial analysts lowered their price targets for Apple.
Now would seem to be a lousy time to buy Apple stock. It's down 21% from its peak. Anxious about negative iPhone sales reports, Wall Street analysts are stumbling over each other to downgrade the stock and chop their price targets. But those analysts are missing something crucial about the company - something that will drive the AAPL stock price to $300 by 2020.
AAPL stock is hovering around $200 as investors punish the tech giant for underwhelming earnings guidance and a change to future reporting that will omit the unit sales numbers of its iPhones and other hardware. But this is no time to panic sell Apple stock.
But this news will keep the pressure on Apple shares for a while, creating buying opportunities if you know what to watch for.
The Apple self-driving car is back. Well, the chatter about it is. A recent analyst report predicting the arrival of an Apple Car as soon as 2023 reignited rumors about the long-suspected project.
But when you look at what we know about the Apple Car and what we know about Apple the company, it's very unlikely we'll ever see a vehicle that will be sold to the public. This project is going in another direction.