Apple Stock Analysis 2020: Buy AAPL Before Or After Stock Split?

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Apple Stock Analysis: Is it Overvalued?

Is Apple stock a buy now, days after announcing its 5th stock split since 1987 and delivering impressive earnings? Or is it way overvalued? How has Apple stock splits impacted its price in the past, and how could it impact it before and after its split-adjusted trading begins on August 31st? Am I adding the AAPL stock to my portfolio and if so, at what price? How much AAPL do I even have in my portfolio? And what type of investor should be looking into adding the Apple stock to their portfolio? Because as you probably know by now if you’ve been following me for a while, investing strategies are not a one-size fit all. What works for me, may not work for you. That's because I probably have a different risk tolerance than you, my financial situation and goals are likely different than you, and we’re probably not the same exact same age and are not married to the same exact person because that would be weird

In this video, I analyze the AAPL stock from 5 points of my signature Invest Diva Diamond Analysis (IDDA) which analyzes any asset from 5 points: fundamentals, technicals, market sentiment, risk assessment and overall how it can fit in your portfolio, and of course, my most recent price targets. 

Apple Stock Analysis - Fundamentals

I’ve been following the AAPL stock for years and most recently I compared it with its 5G infrastructure competition in this video, so if you haven’t watched that already, make sure you check it out. Fun fact: Apple's market value of over $1.9 trillion is bigger than the GDP of Canada, Russia or Spain.

Apple delivered impressive results on July 30 as it announced in its third-quarter earnings, and its Board of Directors has approved a four-for-one stock split.

The Apple Stock Split

What does the Apple Stock Split mean? It means if you have 1 share of Apple priced at around $400, you’re now going to have 4 shares of AAPL each worth around $100. It’s kinda like changing your $20 for four $5 bills. It won’t add on to or reduce your net holdings, but it’ll give you more bills.

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