Thu, 16 Mar 2017
Inspired by the positive market response to the Trump presidency, this series explores the effect that behavior has on markets and the economy.
New hit products could provide some upside for Apple but aren't needed to support the current valuation, says Morningstar's Brian Colello.
Despite a mixed bag in the tech giant's fiscal first quarter, the firm's growing earnings power makes Apple shares attractive, says Morningstar's Brian Colello.
Some upside remains in Apple shares, but the acceleration of the iPhone and iPad businesses has sent the stock closer to fair value, says Morningstar's Mike Holt.
Growth is likely to keep slowing at Apple until the firm releases its next-generation iPhone, but the long-term future of the tech giant remains bright, says Morningstar's Michael Holt.
Although Jobs is irreplaceable, Apple has built an ecosystem that will continue to be successful years into the future, says Morningstar's Michael Holt.
Apple had a solid holiday, but disappointing guidance underscores the challenges in its quest to expand its user base, says Morningstar's Brian Colello.
As the tech giant expands into emerging markets with lower-priced products, profitability will likely get squeezed, says Morningstar's Michael Holt.
We don't think AT&T's move for Time Warner is prudent, while Apple is hemmed in by lack of iPhone 7 Plus supply. Plus, GM still on a roll.
New product pipeline buzz and management’s bullishness on holiday revenue growth overshadow modestly disappointing third-quarter revenue, says Morningstar’s Brian Colello.
Investors should remain selective amid a generally uninspiring marketplace, while keeping an eye on secular themes.
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