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Apple stock is massively undervalued

”Valuation is one of the most important aspects to consider when making investment decisions, and Apple stock looks remarkably attractive from that point of view,” Andrés Cardenal writes for The Motley Fool. 261 more words


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.”

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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


Analyst: Apple one of the most undervalued technology stocks in the world

”Note to Apple investors: Keep calm and carry on,” Patrick Seitz reports for Investor’s Business Daily.

“That was the theme of a research note Thursday by Drexel Hamilton analyst Brian White,” Seitz reports. 193 more words


Short sellers cash in bets as Apple stock swoons

”Many short sellers appear to have unwound their bets against Apple this week, and a 6 percent fall in the stock price suggests they made money as investor worries about the company countered a record launch of its newest iPhone,” Noel Randewich reports for Reuters. 165 more words


Carl Icahn: Buy more Apple stock and hold onto cash

Activist investor Carl Icahn is after more Apple . The billionaire said in a CNBC interview Wednesday that he was “seriously considering” getting “a lot more” shares of the consumer tech giant. 209 more words


Apple’s largest individual shareholder, Carl Icahn, considering buying 'a lot more' AAPL shares

”During a long conversation about stocks and high yield debt this afternoon between activist Carl Icahn and CNBC‘s Scott Wapner, Icahn brought up several times Apple (AAPL) as one the best stock buys around, what he has often referred to as a ‘no brainer,'” Tiernan Ray reports for Barron’s. 218 more words