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The Myths Of Stocks For The Long Run – Part VI
Article By: Lance Roberts
Tuesday, July 10, 2018 12:25 AM EDT
The hardest thing for investors to do is to turn off the media, discount the “buy and hold” mantra, and focus on what matters for long-term investing – valuation.
In this article: GS, SPX, AAPL, MSFT, FB, GOOGL Also: BRK-A
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The Market Does Not Understand Apple
Article By: Andres Cardenal
Sunday, July 8, 2018 11:06 PM EDT
Successful investing does not need to be too complicated. It all comes down to buying high-quality companies for a convenient valuation. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
In this article: AAPL
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Jul 8 Above The 40 – Bears Overstay Their Welcome
Article By: Dr. Duru
Sunday, July 8, 2018 10:20 PM EDT
Until Friday’s 0.8% gain on the S&P 500 (SPY) in the wake of another strong jobs report, I was still expecting the bearish case for the market’s technicals to reassert themselves.
In this article: SPY, VIX, AYI, BHP, CAT, RIO, IBB, AAPL, INTC, AXON, DBX
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Negative Expectations, But..
Article By: Paul Rejczak
Monday, July 2, 2018 9:31 AM EDT
The U.S. stock market indexes gained 0.1-0.2% on Friday, as the investors hesitated following Thursday's rebound off support level.
In this article: QQQ, AAPL, AMZN, SPX, DJI
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Apple Vs. Microsoft: Evaluating The Two Giants' Growth Since The 1980s
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Sunday, July 1, 2018 2:39 PM EDT
Even with the rise of Amazon, Facebook and younger tech startups, Apple and Microsoft still have an outsized influence on consumers and the stock market.
In this article: AAPL, MSFT Also: IBM, AMZN, FB
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How Wrong Was I on Bitcoin?
Michele Grant 2/18/2018 1:55:19 PM

I think even you sound depressed in this video. Maybe it's time to admit #bitcoin is not all that some claimed it to be. Personally I was more supportive of your #Apple coverage. Do you still believe in $AAPL?

Apple Makes A Move
David Reynolds 2/18/2018 9:25:15 AM

What #Apple should have done is find ways to make their new devices stand out. Differentiate them enough to entice people to upgrade. I think the company is losing it's innovative edge. Bearish on $AAPL

Apple Makes A Move
David Reynolds 2/18/2018 9:24:02 AM

Sorry Abe Jouejati, but you are buying into Apple's excuses. I and countless others had older iPad devices that worked JUST FINE until they forced them to process slower to produce a negative lag. There was no benefit for this - my battery life and processing speed was superb. The real reason for this was #Apple's slowing sales for it's devices. By crippling their older devices, they are increasing demand for new products. $AAPL

Apple Makes A Move
Abe Jouejati 2/16/2018 9:38:29 PM

As an #iPhone user I do not like the forced updates. However, this is part and parcel of #Apple's business model. It is a dynamic innovator in a cutting-edge industry where technologies are always emerging and improving. Apple has to be able to keep up and also to keep its existing users up-to-date with new trends. $AAPL

What Happened To The Iphone?
Ayelet Wolf 2/7/2018 3:28:12 PM

This is true, but as you said, that is where #Apple excels and will continue to do so. The problem is that it's difficult to get excited about new phones or tablets when old ones still work so well (despite Apples attempts at intentionally slowing down older models to spur new purchases).

If history is any judge, when the time comes, Apple will identify the next "big thing," make it better, and make a killing. $AAPL will go then go even higher.

What Happened To The Iphone?
Kevin Richards 2/7/2018 3:26:17 PM

#Apple has excelled at identifying the next big thing and making it better. It did it with computers, MP3 players, tablets, and phones. It never invents a thing. I think they've run out of ideas. $AAPL

This is the Way Facebook Ends (And Maybe Apple and Google)
Gil Richards 1/31/2018 7:30:14 PM

Nice article Richard Bookstaber, but your entire argument hinges on this statement: "People will know what they want without the advertisers that are outside their social circle chiming in."

I'm not sure I'd agree with that. What is your rationale for that conclusion? People need to first learn about a product somewhere. For me yes, sometimes it is from a friend, but more often than not, it is initially from some form of advertising. $FB $GOOGL $AAPL

Komodo OpenLab: The Startup Giving Independence To The Disabled
Craig Newman 1/30/2018 1:26:14 AM

Sounds like an interesting product. But can you elaborate on how this differentiates from the advancements in voice recognition that companies like #Google, #Amazon and #Apple are making? Hard to see how you can compete with them. $GOOGL $AMZN $AAPL

Roku, Next Big Tech Flop Or Opportunity?
Charles Howard 1/18/2018 11:37:28 AM

What about #Apple? I thought the Apple TV was still a popular choice. $AAPL

What Makes Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google So Special
Barry Hochhauser 1/16/2018 2:29:29 PM

There is something magical about #Apple, #Amazon, #Facebook and #Google. Did the author provide any insight into any other companies? $AAPL $AMZN $FB $GOOGL

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