Apple Stock Forecast For 2019: SWOT Analysis + I Know First Forecast For AAPL

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Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has come a long way over the past few years. As it has doubled its stock price since summer 2016 and become the first trillion dollar company earlier this year, it has also seen some dips and is currently below the price it was at a year ago.

Apple is now down 33% from it’s all time high of 233.47 and has dropped below the trillion dollar mark once again. Apple’s most recent tumble has left the company at a new 2018 low ~$150 on December 21 causing

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Apple Stock Prediction: Why Apple Is Preparing Its Entry In Video Games

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

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  • Apple is apparently still very interested to make its Apple TV a go-to console for home video gaming.
  • Apple recently updated its trademark for Apple TV with a focus on video games and new video game technology.
  • This is understandable. The global software/hardware revenue from video games is estimated to reach $165-to-$170 billion in 2018. It could hit $230 billion by 2022.
  • Apple’s trademarking act hints it wants to sell its own video games-related peripherals for Apple TV. It might also license its own video games technology to third-party developers.
  • I’m a firm believer in the huge opportunities present in the fast-growing video games industry. AAPL, therefore, is a buy.

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Apple Stock Forecast For 2015 Based On A Predictive Algorithm

Financial Results For Fiscal 2015 First Quarter

As investors by now surely know, Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) released its most recent earnings report on January 27th, 2015 for theapple stock predictionfiscal quarter ending December 27th, 2014, and it blew the doors off of analysts’ expectation. The company sold 74.5 million iPhones during the holiday quarter, which is astonishing when you consider this means it sold 34,000 iPhones every hour over that time. Record revenue from iPhone and Mac sales, as well as a record performance from the Apple App Store, led to the company’s highest ever revenue of close to $75 billion. Even more impressive, the company posted net profits of $18 billion, a record for any publicly traded company. Shares rose about 5% in after hour trading after the positive financial news.

Now that the financial results have been released and pored over by analysts, there is a divergence of opinion on how the stock will perform during the rest of 2015. Nearly a dozen research firms raised their price targets on Apple after the company’s impressive report. But some analysts believe that Apple will face significant challenges in the coming year, citing such arguments as the stock is now too expensive or that slowing smartphone growth, which Apple is overly reliant on, will harm the company’s margins. However, Apple is well positioned for continued growth in 2015 because of its diverse ecosystem of product offerings and its success in China. Furthermore, the company is still currently undervalued, even with its stock price having climbed over 60% since the same time last year.