|Bid||160.26 x 1000|
|Ask||160.45 x 200|
|Day's Range||171.77 - 174.82|
|52 Week Range||135.28 - 180.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.78|
|Earnings Date||Apr 30, 2018 - May 4, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.46%)|
|1y Target Est||192.43|
The S&P 500 enjoyed a 4% gain this week. But all of these stocks more than doubled this increase.
According to documents and sources, Apple has run into a problem at Apple Park: Because so much of the interior is made from glass—the walls and doors, for example—people are walking into the panes, sometimes ...
Facebook's stock hasn't made headway vs. the S&P 500 index for months and lagged this week, stuck below its 50-day. Apple showed similar action until 2 weeks ago.
Apple’s move into a new hardware category is usually accompanied by hype and scorn in equal measure. Take the Apple Watch : after expectations built up over the years running up to its debut, when it arrived ...
With the recent passage of the tax bill, stock buybacks and dividends are flowing like never before, and they make tech stocks more and more competitive with other sectors for income investors. The latest announcements of buybacks and dividends by networking giant Cisco Systems (CSCO), chip-equipment stalwart Applied Materials (AMAT) and its competitor, KLA-Tencor (KLAC), helped to power the Nasdaq Composite up 5.3% for the week, topping the roughly 4% return of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard & Poor’s 500 index. There’s some debate over whether the Nasdaq is as “tech-heavy” as classically described, but it’s where Apple (AAPL) is listed, which is enough to call it the tech index.
There have been numerous articles slamming the iPhone’s results and outlook, along with a few analyst downgrades. However, when you dig into the numbers they look actually pretty good.
This week’s Apple Loop includes details of the latest iPhone X problems, new iPhone SE 2for 2018, Apple’s temporary fix for old batteries, the amazing iPhone revenue share, everything wrong with the MacBook Pro, iOS development slows down, HomePod cosmetic issues, and Apple’s glass problems.
This week’s Android Circuit includes Samsung confirming key S9 details, the differences between the S9 and S9 Plus, why America gets a weaker Galaxy, HMD Global trouncing the competition, Huawei and ZTE under pressure from US agencies, and Google’s new UI for Android P.
Apple’s sparkling new headquarters in Cupertino might be a little too futuristic for the company’s employees, who apparently keep running into glass doors and walls there, MarketWatch reports . In early January, two men were separately treated for minor cuts after walking into glass at Apple’s headquarters, according to public records obtained by MarketWatch. It’s unclear how many people walk into the glass at Apple Park every day, as the majority of those accidents aren’t serious enough to be reported.
Universal Display stock slid on Friday over a report that Samsung, its largest customer, is dealing with an oversupply of OLED display panels.
Apple Inc.'s stock rose 0.3% in afternoon trade, putting it on track for the sixth-straight gain. The 11.8% the stock has climbed during that streak, which began after it closed at a four-month low on ...
Key market index funds were mixed Friday as Apple gave up most of its gains and Bitcoin reversed lower.
The future of AI is starting to play out as businesses begin to devote bigger budgets to artificial intelligence projects. Tech companies are poised to cash in.
Popularity in China, a growing services business and war chest of cash provide a clear path forward for Apple, says GBH Insights analyst Dan Ives.
Ross Gerber, Gerber Kawasaki, and Will Power, R.W. Baird Apple analyst, discusses whether Apple is setting up for a potential rebound.