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Apple finally found a Wall Street narrative

”After months of iPhone sales estimates being slashed by analysts, expectations have been reset,” Neil Cybart writes for Above Avalon. “The iPhone mega upgrade cycle of 2018 that so many were calling for is not going to happen.” 213 more words


The market is under-appreciating Apple's unrivaled war chest

”I am an avid believer that among large caps, Apple offers investors one of the best opportunities to profit,” Michael Wiggins De Oliveira writes for Seeking Alpha. 290 more words


Are Tech Stocks Like Apple Inc. Going to Die?

Hey you. I know you’re using your fancy schmancy iPhone X to read this, all decked out with fingerprint identification and….. talking emojis?

Yeah, Apple doesn’t really have much else to add to their phones. 317 more words


Apple: Time for the cash flood

”When Apple reports FQ2 results for the period ending March on May 1, the tech giant is set to outline the capital allocation plans after tax repatriation,” Stone Fox Capital writes for Seeking Alpha. 274 more words


Apple dividend hike looms

”Apple investors have enjoyed many years of nice returns, albeit with some volatility along the way,” Dividend Appreciator writes for Seeking Alpha. “The company is working hard on establishing itself as a reliable dividend grower as well as offering returns in terms of capital appreciation.” 292 more words


Citigroup: Apple will more than double buybacks due to Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

”Apple’s capital return plan will get much larger, according to one Wall Street firm,” Tae Kim reports for CNBC.

“Citi Research reiterated its buy rating for Apple shares, saying the company will use tax reform proceeds to significantly increase its stock buyback and dividend program,” Kim reports. 174 more words


Facebook is in bear market territory, Apple is in a correction, and they are far from alone

”After the worst quarter for stocks in more than two years and another decline at the beginning of a new quarter Monday, nearly a fifth of the S&P 500’s tech sector has slipped into bear territory, led by Facebook Inc.’s decline of more than 20%,” Wallace Witkowski writes for MarketWatch. 129 more words