Apple is still running a great business. But right now, the company and the stock have gone their separate ways.
The iPhone 5 has plenty of perks, but it won’t have a mobile wallet.
Remember about sixteen years ago when Apple was close to bankruptcy and Eastman Kodak broke $80 per share? Today, the tables are turned.
New survey results show that some consumers would leave their banks for Apple.
With Wednesday’s launch of the newest iteration of their groundbreaking tablet, the iPad, Apple is once again the toast of the town. The new iPad will be in stores March 16, and forecasts for the stock are stretching into the stratosphere. For now, it’s tough to scratch up arguments against investing in Apple.
Most mutual fund investors probably already own the iconic technology company in large-cap mutual funds.
A story published in the Wall Street Journal on March 5, “Apple is hard to resist” tells us that nearly 86 percent of the large-growth funds tracked by Morningstar own Apple. Many own quite a bit.