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The Q4 Apple earnings were unusually strong, but that wasn't the biggest Apple news last week.
While Wall Street celebrated Apple's earnings, it completely missed a shift in strategy destined to fuel growth at the tech giant for years to come.
That's too bad, because what the company is planning will drive the Apple stock price up more than 40% over the next three years.
Lately Wall Street has been pumping up its Apple stock price predictions.
But investors need to be very careful what they read into this trend. You see, Wall Street has an alarming record of failure when it comes to its Apple stock price predictions.
It seems that when Apple stock is about to move up, they're dropping their price targets. And when AAPL stock is about to fall, they're raising them.
I'm getting ready for a monster rally.
As we all know, Trump campaigned on steep tax cuts for individuals and corporations. If he can pass either or both through Congress in his first 100 days, and there's no reason to believe he can't, expect the markets to go stratospheric.
There's more to it than that - the corporate tax cuts are more than just reducing corporations' federal tax liability.
"Repatriation" of U.S. corporations' offshore stash is going to be a huge driver of the next leg up I see coming. The Fortune 500 companies alone have $2.4 trillion parked overseas.
One company in particular has the biggest cash hoard of them all.
Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) has been positively pounded over the past few months, and the stock is down more than 25% from a peak of $132.97 per share. Icahn's out, insiders are bailing, and iPhone sales are slowing... the list of "failures" is growing longer by the minute, or so goes conventional wisdom.
I'm not particularly worried - Apple is not going to "pull a Blackberry" any time soon.
While others get distracted by the noise on Wall Street, we're staying focused on our long-term objective of building wealth through tech investing.
No one else in the mainstream media is covering the fact that tech is still performing better than the overall market and will continue to outperform.
The Pentagon has partnered with Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL), Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA), Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ), and 159 other private companies and universities to develop wearable tech for military use.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced the creation of a new institute in San Jose called "Flexible Hybrid Electronic Institute" on Friday. The institute will work to develop manufacturing techniques and new applications for flexible electronics.
Apple is trading in the $130 range. But activist investor Carl Icahn recently declared the shares were worth $240. He's basing that on two very big assumptions - big even for Icahn.
One of Apple's core strengths is its ability to develop and market products that consumers don't even realize they need yet.
Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) is having its "told you so" moment. News of the Apple Watch's success is everywhere. Despite plenty of skeptics, Apple's latest iDevice sold out worldwide in a matter of hours, pushing preorder deliveries back to June.
During an appearance on CNBC's Closing Bell, Michael said this is just the beginning of the Apple Watch's success. He predicts sales of 10 million watches, worth $4 billion, in the first year. Moreover, he says the Apple Watch has the momentum to disrupt the entire consumer technology market.
Keith appears on Fox Business and talks with host Stuart Varney. Watch the video to hear is thoughts on Apple's new product.
Several analysts have recently downgraded Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) from "Buy" to "Hold." Shah, on the other hand, told Fox Business watchers today that now is not the time to downplay Apple's stock. Between smartphone sales and the just launched Apple Watch, Shah explains exactly why now is the time to buy the iDevice King and stick with it.