Apple Stock Forecast: AAPL Looking Ahead to the Calm After the ‘Storm’

The article was written by Whitney Su, a Financial Analyst at I Know First.


  • Despite concerns over the ongoing Trump-Xi trade war, we can expect Apple to operate as usual in Greater China (Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan), which accounts for nearly 20 percent Apple's total revenue.
  • Stock prices went up by more than 1% on 11 June 2019, closing at $194.99, after Foxconn's statement that it was capable of relocating iPhone production outside of China, if necessary. Stock prices have seen an upward trend since that announcement.
  • I give AAPL stock a bullish one-year forecast. No longer relying on iPhone sales to hold up the company, Apple is turning towards services instead, projecting increased service sector revenue of $14 billion per quarter by 2020.
  • Widespread popularity of the Apple Watch and AirPods spearheads revenue increases in Apple's "Other Products" sector. Innovative product development will continue to drive up AAPL stock prices.

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Apple stock Predictions For 2016: Why Apple Won’t Hit The $150 Price Target Of Many Analysts (AAPL)

motek 1The article was written by Motek Moyen Research Seeking Alpha’s #1 Writer on Long Ideas and #2 in Technology  – Senior Analyst at I Know First


  • Many Wall Street analysts are bullish on Apple and gave it a 12-month price target of $150AAPL
  • However, I think Apple is unlikely to deliver a $150 stock price in 2016.
  • Hedge fund managers are nervous that Apple is still too dependent on iPhone sales. The iPhone 6s uptake is slower than the iPhone 6.
  • The iPad Pro is a mistake. Amazon also banned the Apple TV, reducing the distribution channel of Apple’s main gadget for its upcoming streaming video services
  • Lack of touchscreen-friendly Mac computers also endangers that business segment. It might repeat the gradual declining sales of the iPad.

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