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Earlier this week, the tech giant crushed its fourth-quarter earnings. Revenue came in at $42.1 billion – a 12% increase over last year's revenue of $37.5 billion. Driving sales were 39.3 million iPhones hawked in the quarter. That's a 16% increase of the year-ago quarter. Moreover, the company notched the best sales increase in the personal computer (PC) industry with Mac sales rising 21% year over year.
At this clip, AAPL stock could be headed to $142 a share – the equivalent to $1,000 a share before the company's 7-for-1 stock split on June 9. The split brought Apple stock down from around $645 a share to $94.
Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson appeared on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." program Tuesday afternoon to tell investors exactly how high he sees Apple stock going (and why):
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