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Apple Stock Rallies On Buyback Despite Weak iphone Sales
Kevin Richards 5/4/2018 11:58:29 AM

#ipad and #iphone were #Apple's cash cow for a long long time. But sales are drying up. The company has a loyal fan base, but most won't continue to upgrade as long as their older products still work so well. Apple needs to find the "next big" product if they want to stay on my buy list.

Apple Stock Rallies On Buyback Despite Weak iphone Sales
Alpha Stockman 5/4/2018 11:55:28 AM

While #iphone sales are not as high as some hoped, I think too many are over reacting. #Apple is still an attractive company with a rabidly loyal fan base. The company is still making a ton and due to various tax benefits, are about to overloaded with cash. $AAPL

Apple Makes A Move
Abe Jouejati 2/16/2018 9:38:29 PM

As an #iPhone user I do not like the forced updates. However, this is part and parcel of #Apple's business model. It is a dynamic innovator in a cutting-edge industry where technologies are always emerging and improving. Apple has to be able to keep up and also to keep its existing users up-to-date with new trends. $AAPL

The Case for Shorting Apple
Craig Newman 10/17/2017 9:48:08 PM

With #iPad sales way down, #Apple has begun to bank on it's #iPhone line as buyers tend to buy new phones with far greater frequency than tablets. But as an investor, I recommend that Apple find the "next big thing" to diversify.

The company first got big with it's ipod... who even has a dedicated mp3 player anymore. If they don't continue to innovate with newer and better products, the company will go extinct.

Apple Is Slowly Blowing Companies Away
Harry Goldstein 2/27/2017 3:29:50 PM

Yes, both Bob and Vintage Vixen have good points. I don't think most people think of #Apple as a phone company, but their revenue does seem overly dependent on their #iPhone sales. Their iPads are built too well to need frequent upgrades so tablet sales have been slowing for a while. No one needs a dedicated mp3 player anymore and they simply haven't found "the next big thing yet." With Steve Jobs gone, who knows if they ever will. $APPL

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