$318.31 0.92 (0.29%)
19:59 EST AAPL Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $318.31
Market Cap 1,564.54B
PE Ratio 30.67
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 36.63M
Day's Range 317.52 - 323.33
52-Week Range 153.66 - 323.33
Dividend & Yield 2.82 (0.89%)
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Apple stock has come very far, very fast. But, not too far, too fast. Instead, this record rally should persist well into 2020.
Apple stock has skyrocketed off positive factors like the U.S.-China trade deal, but chasing this indefinitely could be a bad idea.
Payment stocks are due for a big 2020, and these four payment stocks will likely lead the charge higher.
Nokia is forecast to return to growth in 2020 and the charts are looking better. That said, NOK stock is still digging out of a deep hole.
J&J, IBM and Netflix were a focus in the stock market today, as they reported earnings. Tesla tops $100 billion, too.
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Apple hit 450 million paid subscriptions last fall. Doubling or tripling that would be a huge multiplier for Apple stock.
Apple stock may be a bubble because bulls are ignoring bad news about Apple and making assumptions that may not be realistic.
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Apple stock made headlines when it became the first equity to reach the $1 trillion threshold. Now, the next target is $2 trillion, which isn’t that crazy if outside factors move in the right direction.
It’s feeling like a Goldilocks environment, but large caps Tesla, Apple and Walmart look well-positioned to turn bearish.
After Apple stock outperformed in 2019, I am going to take some profits. The stakes are too high on rumors of a 5G iPhone.
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