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Apple Makes It Easier for Shareholders to Nominate Board Members

7:23 PM, Dec. 22nd, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch


Apple announced a significant change in its corporate bylaws that will make it easier for shareholders to nominate candidates for Apple's board of directors. Apple filed amended bylaws with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) giving shareholders "proxy access" for a limited number of board positions.

Apple’s Stock Pressured by iPhone Concerns

5:04 PM, Dec. 15th, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch

AAPL Chart

Concerns about soft demand for iPhone has reared its perennial head, and Apple's stock has taken a beating as a consequence. Shares in $AAPL ended Tuesday at US$110.49    per share, down $1.99 (-1.77 percent), on heavy volume of 53 million shares trading hands.

One Analyst Thinks Apple Had Best Black Friday ‘in Its Entire History’

3:42 PM, Nov. 30th, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch

Apple and a Pile of Money

The holidays are being good to Apple, according to Global Equities analyst Trip Chowdhry. In a research note to clients, Mr. Chowdhry wrote, "Apple probably had the strongest Black Friday sales in its entire history." Of course, that's the same Trip Chowdry who said in 2014 that Apple would disappear if it didn't release the iWatch in 60 days. Bryan Chaffin explains.

Apple’s Tim Cook Says China Will Usurp U.S. to Become Top Market

8:28 PM, Oct. 27th, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch

Stacks of Yuan with an Apple wrapper

Apple delivered a strong message to Wall Street on Tuesday: your concerns over our business in China are much ado about nothing. During the company's quarterly conference call with analysts, Apple CEO Tim Cook took several opportunities to stress how robust sales are in China, and to say he believes it will become Apple's top market.

Apple Posts Record September Quarter with Record iPhone and Mac Sales

5:02 PM, Oct. 27th, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch


Apple posted record revenue and record earnings for the September quarter on Tuesday, beating expectations. The company posted revenue of $51.5 billion, well ahead of last year's $42.1 billion; the company also posted earnings of $11.1 billion, or $1.96 in earnings per share (EPS). Last year's profit was $8.5 billion with EPS was $1.42.

Apple Stock Drops 3% Ahead of Earnings Report Pushed by China Worries. Again.

6:46 PM, Oct. 26th, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch

$AAPL Chart for October 26th, 2015

Shares of Apple Inc. dropped more than 3 percent on Monday, one day ahead of the company's fiscal 4th quarter earnings report. One of the primary sources of concern for Wall Street was China, a recurring theme for Apple, though the company has turned in excellent results in China every time the alarm bell has sounded.

AAPL Q4 2015 Set for October 27

9:39 AM, Sep. 29th, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch

AAPL Q4 2915 earnings report is set for Oct 27

Apple's 2015 fourth fiscal quarter earnings conference call is scheduled for Tuesday, October 27th at 5 PM eastern time. Investors and analysts will be paying close attention to the numbers Apple announces because the quarter included the first two days of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus sales.

Analyst: “Hey Siri” Media Event no Game Changer for AAPL

11:52 AM, Sep. 4th, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch

Apple's Hey Siri media event may not be a big revenue boost

Apple will most likely show off new iPhone and iPad models, along with a new Apple TV, at its September 9 media event, but Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um thinks it may not live up to expectations. He sees a lack of a product line that brings in significant revenue like the iPhone as an issue, and that's not going to change next Wednesday.

Wells Fargo Upgrades AAPL, Says Market Overcorrected

10:22 AM, Aug. 25th, 2015 · · Apple Stock Watch

Wells Fargo upgrades AAPL to Outperform

Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um upgraded Apple's stock rating to Outperform on Tuesday following Monday's rollercoaster market correction. He thinks Apple's stock dip yesterday was an overcorrection and that investors have a new buying window.

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