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Analysts Appear Bullish Towards Apple Stock

Apple stock is expected to rise in the coming months as believed by analysts at Goldman Sachs.

Recent news regarding the Apple stock has emerged from the analysts’ side and it suggests that the software giant has lately been receiving a rather downward glance from the investors as they have turned out to be rather bearish about the way things are going on within the company. 358 more words

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Why Apple's share price could go as low as $60

”Some say Apple is headed to $200 in a year,” Ken Goldberg writes for TheStreet. “Technical analysis says otherwise. In fact, quite the opposite.”

“Back in July, the… 111 more words


Sound Familiar... ?

A report out from Drexel Hamilton this morning about AAPL… his rationale sounds familar!


Drexel Hamilton analyst Brian White (formerly at Cantor Fitzgerald) initiates coverage on Apple (NASDAQ: … 385 more words

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Major indexes drop on U.S. jobs miss

”U.S. stocks opened sharply lower Friday as Wall Street digested a weaker-than-expected jobs report,” Evelyn Cheng reports for CNBC. “The Dow Jones industrial average briefly fell more than 250 points in the open, with Goldman Sachs the greatest weight on the index.” 446 more words


The Apple trade is officially over or something

”The Apple trade is officially over,” Thomas H. Kee Jr. writes for MarketWatch. “Before I start, to all the diehard Apple fans out there, yes, AAPL is still a good company, their products are great, I personally love my Macbook Pro, and although they are in a very fickle industry, it is impressive that they have been able to do what they have done. 230 more words


How Apple Could Help Boeing Sell New Freighters

In a report from Tuesday that almost slipped past us, Luxembourg-based Cargolux, Europe’s largest air freight carrier, said it is talking with Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) about purchasing five new 747-8F freighters. 311 more words


Why Google and Amazon Rise as Stock Market Falters

The S&P 500 dropped nearly 8% in the most recent quarter. Old world Internet stocks Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) rallied nearly 17%. 466 more words