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Why couldn't Apple double its dividend?

”It’s been about 2 ½ years since Apple joined the dividend paying universe. Since then, it’s slowly lifted the quarterly dividend to its current level of $0.47 per share, which corresponds to a yield of about 1.7% at current prices,” Dave Dierking writes for Seeking Alpha. 184 more words

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Henry Blodget: I'm selling my Apple shares

The Financial Times reports that Apple will have sold more iPhones during the last quarter in China than in the U.S. Using analysis by UBS, … 282 more words

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What to Expect Beyond Apple Earnings: iPhone 6, Watch and More

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) will report its first-quarter earnings Tuesday after the markets close. Thomson Reuters has consensus estimates of $2.59 in earnings per share and $67.50 in revenue. 537 more words

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AAPL earnings will come in well above upper end of company's guidance, say analysts, at $68.3B

Fortune has done its usual analyst poll ahead of Apple announcing its Q1 earnings tomorrow, and Wall Street is expecting the company to significantly out-perform its earnings guidance of $63.5 to $66.5B. 180 more words

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Did Apple Sell 70 Million iPhones?

Analysts up and down the Street expect Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) to report big numbers on Tuesday when the company reveals its first fiscal-quarter results. There are two main reasons for that: China and higher average selling prices. 366 more words

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Apple now selling more iPhones in China than in US, say analysts

Tim Cook said in October that it was “just a matter of time” before China overtook the USA as its biggest market, and it seems that time may be arriving sooner than expected – at least as far as the iPhone is concerned. 245 more words

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A Contrarian's View On The Market's Contrarian View

Everyone expects Apple to announce mind-boggling blow-out earnings tomorrow after the market closes.

Normally I would look at that as a strong contrarian signal.

But while everyone is… 167 more words

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