Disney stock is dropping and analysts like Bernie McTernan from Rosenblatt Securities think that tech giants like Apple should consider buying it.
We believe those with long-time horizons, like mega-cap companies with large cash balances and whose equity outperformed Disney over the last three weeks, like Apple, could take advantage of the volatility. The upside from acquiring Disney would be securing their content/streaming strategy and potential synergies from adding the emerging Disney ecosystem to the iOS platform.
Apple could also look into buying a private island, renaming it Island+, and forming its own country. I don’t know about you but sign me up for a squircle-shaped house.
Apple shareholders came closer than I can recall to voting for a shareholder proposal opposed by Apple management, a proposal that called on Apple to uphold the same privacy protections in China it extolls elsewhere.
CUPERTINO – Apple CEO Tim Cook announced his company would open its first physical Apple Store in India in 2021, and that the company would launch its own online store later in 2020.
Bryan joins host Kelly to chat about Apple’s updated guidance, what guidance is, why it matters, and what exactly this update means for Apple stock.
Apple supply chain analyst Ming-Chi-Kuo says that the Coronavirus is a threat to Apple’s business since much of it is based on China.
There was a bullish reaction to Apple’s latest results, with financial institutions upping their target price for the stock.
Apple reported a record December quarter — the company’s fiscal first quarter — with revenues of $91.8 billion and earnings per share (EPS) of $4.99, both all-time records. [Updated with more details, including guidance, category sales, and Wall Street expections.]
What a ride this has been for AAPL, but financial headlines rarely tell the whole story. Frank Cioffi looks at what’s ahead for Apple.
Apple stock hit a record high on the first trading day of 2020, closing at $300.35 per share and valued the firm at over $1.3 trillion.
At Apple’s annual shareholder meeting next year it faces shareholders who want the company to define how it handles certain demands.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join host Kelly Guimont to discuss to discuss what we heard and think we heard on Apple’s earnings call.
Apple on Wednesday turned in a record September quarter—the company’s fiscal 4th quarter—with revenues of US$64 billion. The company also reported earnings per share of $3.03, crushing Wall Street consensus estimates of $2.68 EPS. [Updated with more details.]
Apple investor Cowen posted a note saying they expect Apple to have a good holiday season this year and earn US$90 billion.
Wall Street analysts believe that as many as 200 million users could upgrade to iPhone 11, some of them in China despite the trade war.
Apple has posted plenty of “Shot on iPhone”: videos, but four new ASMR videos mark the first time where the content is more about the experience than it is about the device that made it. Bryan Chaffin is joined by guest-host Charlotte Henry to discuss it. They also talk about Samsun’s lame decision to pull an old ad from its YouTube channel that mocked an Apple move that Samsung is following today. So lame. They also look at Apple’s gargantuan effort to buy $24 billion of its own stock in just the June quarter.
Apple reported on Tuesday June quarter revenues of $53.8 billion, a record June quarter that the company pointed out was an increase of 1 percent from the year-ago quarter. Apple posted earnings per diluted share of $2.18.
Some analysts are projecting Apple to turn in year-over-year declines in sales and revenues for the September quarter—here’s how it breaks down.
The news helped send Apple’s stock higher, with $AAPL trading at $210.075 per share in afternoon session, a gain of $2.335 (+1.12%), on moderate volume.
This level of analysis is to me the flip side of Apple fanboy ebullience, no more than faith-based commentary with little reason or evidence to back it.
Despite the trade war between China and the United States, Apple stocks have jumped as much as 3.3% in the past three weeks.