AAPL - Apple Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
204.03
+0.17 (+0.08%)
As of 10:41AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close203.86
Open202.83
Bid203.86 x 1000
Ask203.84 x 800
Day's Range202.34 - 204.39
52 Week Range142.00 - 233.47
Volume5,188,778
Avg. Volume28,153,217
Market Cap962.059B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.91
PE Ratio (TTM)16.83
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.92 (1.54%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-02-08
1y Target EstN/A
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But recent reports have indicated that Intel was 'missing deadlines' for the wireless chip that was slated to go into the 2020 model of the iPhone.Fast Company reported earlier this month that 'in order to deliver big numbers of those modems in time for a September 2020 iPhone launch, Intel needs to deliver sample parts to Apple by early summer of this year, and then deliver a finished modem design in early 2020.'If Intel had failed to provide Apple with 5G chips in a timely manner, that would have put Apple in an untenable position. The iPhone's competitors would be able to offer 5G capabilities using Qualcomm chips, while Qualcomm could have denied Apple access to 5G chips as long as the patent battle continued."Intel didn't so much leave the space as it was forced out of it. But the company remains positioned for other 5G applications, although not in the most profitable arenas. 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Put the three together and you have yourself a once-every-ten-years kind of investment.Since January 2008, NFLX gained roughly 10,000% … With 5G just around the corner, we're on the cusp of another explosive opportunity.Here's what Matt writes in Investment Opportunities:"In just a few short years, your daily routine will look something like this:Your smartwatch buzzes to wake you up once optimal sleep has been achieved. It lets you know that your vital signs all good - it monitors your blood pressure, pulse, sleep stats, and more - and sends them off to your doctor's database for preventative measures. Finally, that same smartwatch notifies your coffee machine to turn on and start preparing a warm cup of joe for your morning commute.As you get ready to leave the house, the refrigerator beeps to alert you that you are running low on eggs and milk. 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There's no question."The world described above is made possible by a confluence of applications, technologies and platforms. With 5G, everyday applications will speak to each other in the literal blink of an eye.Without 3G, Apple never would've introduced the App Store, which changed the way we interact with our mobile devices forever. The introduction of 5G, too, will bring with it a step change that introduces entirely new applications. At the same time, the platforms and technology are coming into focus. Together, they form the perfect environment for the next "Netflix" to thrive.One such 5G company, Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC), has its fingers in many pies. It has the sort of applications that could be game-changing, including self-driving car connectivity, cloud communication and cellular IoT. 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If you bought at its January low of $8.29, you'd be sitting on gains of 25%.Here's what Matt most recently commented to his Investment Opportunities subscribers:"Ericsson (ERIC) held its annual meeting last week and CEO Borje Ekholm was not shy about letting investors know that the company continues to lead the way in 5G networks around the world. To date, Ericsson has announced 16 commercial deals with service providers, which is more than any of its competitors.Last year was a turnaround year for Ericsson, and in the coming months and years I look for it to keep moving forward with its business model. 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