Oct 13, 10:24 PM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Daniel Sparks 10/13/19 AT 9:41 PM Thanks to a nice 2.7% increase on Friday, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock finished the trading day at a new all-time high. Zooming out further, shares are up 50% year to date and more than 100% over the past three years. It's been a great run for Apple shareholders to say the least.But with shares trading sharply higher, what should investors think of the stock at this level? Is it still a compelling buy? Or has Apple's valuation become too rich, making the stock a hold or -- even worse -- a sell?While the tech stock certainly isn't the bargain it was earlier this year, a close look at some of the company's key catalysts and the stock's valuation relative to its underlying cash flow suggest shares remain attractive -- even at a new all-time high of $236.What about declining iPhone revenue?Of course, any … [Read more...] about Apple Stock Hits An All-Time High: Buy, Sell, Or Hold?
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When is the right time to buy? Phil Town Published 9:30 am CDT, Friday, October 11, 2019 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Photo: Entrepreneur Network Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Network The Right Moment to Buy a Stock at a Great Price 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner, Phil Town explains how finding just the right time to buy a business is key. How do you establish a margin of safety to make sure you are safe in future years, and how do you determine the sale price that tells you it's the right time to buy a company? To determine the margin of safety of the business, and determine whether it is ready for … [Read more...] about The Right Moment to Buy a Stock at a Great Price
Mar 29, 11:04 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Kalyan Kumar 03/29/19 AT 10:43 AM When a top investor in Apple stock says he does not use an iPhone, it is bound to be a big surprise!That is what billionaire investor Warren Buffett did when he revealed the secret that he is not using an iPhone and is too happy with his $20 flip phone.Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway owns 5.5 percent of Apple stock and iPhone accounts for the lion share of the company's revenue.The billionaire's spartan $20 flip phone is a Samsung SCH-U320 that is selling at 20 to 30 dollars on eBay.According to Forbe’s billionaire, he lacks hands-on experience with the iPhone although he is good at using an iPad to do research and stock price updates.Buffett also showed off his flip phone during a talk at The Gatehouse's Hands Up for Success luncheon.“Here's my phone, incidentally. Alexander Graham Bell lent it to … [Read more...] about Warren Buffett Uses A $20 Samsung Phone Despite Owning Apple Stock
Mar 25, 10:44 PM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Kalyan Kumar 03/25/19 AT 10:33 PM Apple shares crashed 2.2 percent Monday despite the company’s high profile event in California where it unveiled new offerings including gaming and streaming-television services.The tech giant’s shares opened positive but soon slipped into the red, and Apple share plunged to session lows after 3 p.m. ET and ended the day down at $188.74 per share.There is a surprise at this anti-climax when investors should have been rejoicing at the company’s foray into revenue garnering areas. It seems, despite the event lining up big unveilings and celebrity appearances that ranged from Oprah Winfrey to Steven Spielberg, the market was not impressed. Throwing some insight, Angelo Zino, an equity analyst at CFRA said the sell-off was not surprising and reflected the market frustration. It … [Read more...] about Apple Stock Falls Despite Launch Of Apple Streaming, New Credit Card
Kif Leswing, provided by Published 8:00 am CST, Saturday, February 2, 2019 Jon Porter California wealth manager Jon Porter is not fazed by Apple's recent stock woes. Porter, a former Apple employee himself, says Tim Cook is the best CEO to lead the company to success in the current market. Porter points to areas like autonomous driving, original content and payments as potentially big future businesses for Apple. As Apple plunged 30% late last year against a slew of bad headlines about China and iPhone demand, some of Jon Porter's clients had concerns. Porter is the CEO of Three Bell Capital, a Los Altos, California firm that manages more than $1 billion for clients, mostly people in San Francisco, and that means people who work in technology. Some of his clients were heavily invested in Apple, either from equity grants from years of working there, or as technology-focused investors looking for blue-chip stocks. Porter is a former Apple employee too, and based on … [Read more...] about As Apple’s stock plunged, a billion-dollar wealth manager sent an email saying not to freak out. Here’s why he thinks the tech titan is set to explode higher. (AAPL)