191.36 -0.08 (-0.04%)
After hours: 5:50PM EDT
|Bid||191.28 x 300|
|Ask||191.33 x 500|
|Day's range||190.19 - 192.43|
|52-week range||147.30 - 194.20|
|PE ratio (TTM)||18.52|
|Earnings date||31 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||2.92 (1.57%)|
|1y target est||202.08|
Review | Dates to Watch For | U.S. Economic Calendar | Consensus Estimates | Coming Earnings | Coming U.S. Auctions For the first time, Apple has company on the way to $1 trillion. For a short time this ...
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How Was the First Half of 2018 for Qualcomm? Qualcomm (QCOM) has been at the center of the US-China (FXI) trade war. The climax of its almost-two-year acquisition of NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) is set to be revealed on July 25, the same day Qualcomm is slated to release its fiscal Q3 2018 earnings.
The company behind your smartphone’s glass looks like a pretty compelling long-term investment, but it’s not completely without risk.
The $5 billion penalty stems from its use of the Android operating system's dominance to crush potential competition.
On July 18, Amazon (AMZN) stock briefly touched a market cap of $900 billion as it reached an all-time high of $1,858.88 prior to closing at $1,842.92, ending the day with a market cap of ~$895 billion. Amazon is just an 11.7% rally away from the $1 trillion mark. Amazon stock has been on a tear lately despite choppy broader markets due to the escalating trade war between the United States and China.
The iPhone is the chief contributor to Apple’s (AAPL) top line. However, Apple has struggled to accelerate its iPhone sales amid stiff competition from rivals Samsung (SSNLF), Xiaomi, Google (GOOGL), Sony (SNE), and smaller manufacturers backed by Nokia (NOK) and BlackBerry (BB). A steadily saturating smartphone market is also putting pressure on sales.
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Apple (AAPL) recently made a move that could prolong the standoff with Qualcomm (QCOM) rather than ease the tensions between the companies. Last month, Apple extended its legal battle with Qualcomm to the US Patent and Trademark Office (or USPTO), the federal agency that issues patents to inventors.
Stock futures fell as President Trump threatened tariffs on all Chinese imports, despite strong earnings from Microsoft, Apple chipmaker Skyworks and IBD 50 stocks Intuitive Surgical and E-Trade Financial.
Top stocks Apple, Atlassian, CME Group, Ollie's Bargain Outlook and Cognizant Technology Solutions are closing in on buy zones from flat bases. This bullish pattern reflects unusual strength.
Small-cap equity indexes outperformed Thursday, but entertainment megacap Disney broke out. Apple may be working on a brand-new base following a mild advance from a 179.04 double-bottom entry point.
Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (or CIRP) recently released its latest report on the smartphone industry for the second quarter of 2018. The report highlights that Apple (AAPL) gained ground in the US smartphone market. Apple’s iOS platform represented 36% of US activations compared to 63% for Google’s (GOOGL) Android.
This chip giant is spending big to meet growing demand, but that larger bet carries with it a critical risk.
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Apple (AAPL) is leaning on its Services business to drive its future growth. So far, this segment has captured areas such as online music, mobile payments, and app distribution. These businesses and others garnered $9.2 billion in revenues for Apple in the first quarter, up 31.0% year-over-year. Apple generated ~$30.0 billion in Services revenues last year and seeks to grow that to ~$50.0 billion by 2020.