|Bid||191.28 x 300|
|Ask||191.33 x 500|
|Day's Range||190.19 - 192.43|
|52 Week Range||147.30 - 194.20|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.52|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.92 (1.57%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The secret to successful trading is that there is no simple secret. There are people like TheStreet's Jim Cramer that can help you in the endeavor, but you still have to put your nose to the grindstone and make a real effort to do the necessary work. There has been tremendous growth in a passive approach to the market in recent years.
In early February, the stock market was in sell-off mode because inflation and rate hikes were pushing up fixed income yields, which was increasing borrowing costs and pressuring equity valuations. Such inflation concerns have largely moved into the rear-view mirror. History suggests that despite an inverted yield curve, the stock market should do just fine for the next 12-plus months.
Review | Dates to Watch For | U.S. Economic Calendar | Consensus Estimates | Coming Earnings | Coming U.S. Auctions For the first time, Apple has company on the way to $1 trillion. For a short time this ...
Starbucks Corp. has been awarding shares to baristas since the 1990s. The company says it has granted more than $1 billion in equity under its “Bean Stock” program. It currently offers restricted stock vesting over two years to nearly all employees.
For example, Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone X has a front-facing camera that lets it measure the contours of your face, in order to recognize you and unlock the phone. Key suppliers for the technology are Lumentum Holdings (LITE) and Finisar (FNSR). "WIN expects VCSEL sales in CY2H18 to be less than previously expected,” writes Alex Henderson of Needham & Co., who follows shares of Lumentum, “and up less than 100% year over year.” He was referring to “vertical cavity surface emitting lasers,” the light source used in the iPhone X’s front-facing camera that does the Face ID.
How Was the First Half of 2018 for Qualcomm? Qualcomm (QCOM) has been at the center of the US-China (FXI) trade war. The climax of its almost-two-year acquisition of NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) is set to be revealed on July 25, the same day Qualcomm is slated to release its fiscal Q3 2018 earnings.
A few months ago, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock was soaring, and everyone was talking about the elusive trillion-dollar mark. For the first time ever, it finally looked like the stock market was about have its first trillion-dollar company. At current stock price appreciation rates, we will have not one, but two trillion-dollar stocks by Halloween 2018.
The company behind your smartphone’s glass looks like a pretty compelling long-term investment, but it’s not completely without risk.
One of the constants of 2018 has been Walmart (NYSE:WMT) and its determination to go on the offensive against Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN). From ramping up its website to taking on Amazon’s Kindle eReaders and even considering an Amazon Go-like automated checkout system from Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Walmart is aggressively fighting back against the e-commerce behemoth. The latest news on that front has Walmart reportedly working to reposition its Vudu “video locker” service as an affordable video streaming service.
Infant deaths in Congo surge because of U.S. bank law that tried to tame violence in the so-called conflict minerals trade that once supplied Apple.
Leading the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is a teardown of the 2018 MacBook Pro keyboard. MacBook Pro Keyboard: A new teardown from iFixit focuses more on the new keyboard in the 2018 MacBook Pro. Siri: The last cofounder of Siri is no longer with Apple, reports BGR. Tom Gruber is one of the three people responsible for creating Siri.
The iPhone family is expanding. Documents filed to the Eurasian Economic Commission, the executive arm of the post-Soviet states that formed the Eurasian Economic Union, appear to show that Apple is preparing three models of its next iPhone, as has been speculated over the course of the last year. The model numbers in the filings,…
The $5 billion penalty stems from its use of the Android operating system's dominance to crush potential competition.
Skyworks Solutions Inc (NASDAQ: SWKS ) issued a fiscal third-quarter report Thursday that solidifies the case for the semiconductor stock, according to KeyBanc Capital Markets. The Analyst Analyst John ...
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On July 18, Amazon (AMZN) stock briefly touched a market cap of $900 billion as it reached an all-time high of $1,858.88 prior to closing at $1,842.92, ending the day with a market cap of ~$895 billion. Amazon is just an 11.7% rally away from the $1 trillion mark. Amazon stock has been on a tear lately despite choppy broader markets due to the escalating trade war between the United States and China.
Earlier this week, antitrust regulators from the European Union imposed a record $5 billion fine on Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL). When the news broke, Google stock absorbed a very modest, almost non-discernible hit. Just to demonstrate how much of a non-news item the fine is for Google stock, consider this: Alphabet is sitting on $103 billion in cash.
The iPhone is the chief contributor to Apple’s (AAPL) top line. However, Apple has struggled to accelerate its iPhone sales amid stiff competition from rivals Samsung (SSNLF), Xiaomi, Google (GOOGL), Sony (SNE), and smaller manufacturers backed by Nokia (NOK) and BlackBerry (BB). A steadily saturating smartphone market is also putting pressure on sales.
Apple appeared on track for a fourth consecutive up week. The stock has carved a flat, base-on-base pattern. The potential buy point is 194.30.
On Wednesday after the close, eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) reported its fiscal second-quarter earnings results. Worse, management provided lower-than-expected revenue guidance. The result has EBAY stock down 10% in Thursday’s trading session.
Jul.20 -- Gene Munster, co-founder of Loup Ventures, discusses Microsoft's fourth-quarter performance, and previews earnings results for Facebook and Apple. He speaks with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn and Jon Ehrlichman on "Bloomberg Markets."