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Calculating Apple's Future Stock Price

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  2. Apple Stock Analysis: Is AAPL a good buy? (24/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  4. Is now a good time to buy $AAPL? (Apple Inc.) (11/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  7. Is it always a good time to buy $APPL (Apple Inc.) ? (11/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  8. Thoughts on Apple (29/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  9. Let’s talk AAPL (23/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  11. Apple getting expensive? (07/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  13. Why do the price of stocks drop when the company beats earnings? (28/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  16. Have about 50k in Apple Stock, should I move it into S&P? (13/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  19. Price Isn't Everything- Look at Market Cap (01/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  21. My algorithm tracks chatter and sentiment of stocks on social media. It has picked up increased sentiment and chatter around AAPL. Here is my research. (10/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    To give some context very quickly, I use an algorithm to track chatter and rate the sentiment of stocks discussed on different social media platforms. I use this to try and identify new stocks, or good investment opportunities. The majority identified are very volatile or pump n dump schemes, hence why I do qualitative research and write-ups on a very select number of stocks. APPLE Inc. ???? (AAPL) +38% in mentions Market Cap: $1.95 Trillion I will save the introduction into this company as i’m sure all of you are aware of who Apple are. Instead, I will cover why this is a good time to look at apple stock and what their future holds. Timing At the start of this year, Apple stock was at $145 a share. It is currently down ~20% from that price, mostly due to the tech slump of the last few weeks. It’s worth noting that Apple isn’t a company with a crazy valuation due to projected future earnings, it’s already an absolute cash cow with solid current earnings, which makes this a safer investment than some of the more speculative tech plays. Furthermore, this all time high price is one I feel will be surpassed in the future, given the future plans I will discuss below. Future Apple has been a pioneer in the way humans interact and work with computers. While not always at the forefront of the innovation curve, The company has been able to revolutionise and disrupt sectors with their products. The reason this has been so tremendously successful for Apple, for so long, is the seamless integration between their products, the ‘ecosystem’, which means that in a world of continuously more sophisticated technology, Apple’s devices work and integrate seamlessly with each other, creating a highly rewarding customer experience. This allows Apple to enter, or even create new markets (think iPad or AirPods) with a higher-than-usual success rate, while also being able to charge a higher premium for the Apple experience. This higher success rate, along with big technology developments in the personal device space is the reason why I think Apple will sustain their position as a leading technology company. Augmented Reality Next up for Apple? mixed and augmented reality (MR and AR). Augmented reality is the idea of overlaying projected imagery, graphics or instructions onto the real-world. Instagram face filters are an entertaining example of that, Mercedes’ current Sat Nav systems are a more useful use-case. Apple are heavily investing into AR technology, with rumours of them releasing AR focussed glasses between later this year and 2022, future plans also suggest a 3 stage release of AR technology, starting with AR helmets and going all the way to contact lenses by 2030 (this technology is closer than you think, look at this company who have working examples https://www.mojo.vision/). Apple car Slightly less sci-fi than AR, Apple has been working on a car since 2014, looking to release an autonomous driving model at around 2024. I won’t go into too much detail here on this as there is already tons of content online to read through, but a successful car launch can provide another massive revenue stream for Apple to grow even further. Summary Strong future outlook, solid established earnings, a loyal consumer and a reduced current price make buying the world’s most popular stock a very interesting prospect. While to some, the idea of AR glasses or an Apple car could sound like a gimmick, or yet another product that has cool technology but no uptake (3D TVs anyone?), try to think back to what you first thought of the iPad announcement, or the Apple watch. Both to me were products that seemed to have little use, but I was clearly proven wrong!   submitted by   /u/akokaz1 [link]   [comments]
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  22. Why Apple's Stock Sell-Off Is A Golden Buying Opportunity $AAPL (11/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Shanthi Rexaline , Benzinga Staff Writer Apple Inc. AAPL 1.65% shares may have taken a beating in the recent tech sell-off, but an analyst at Wedbush analyst said his conviction in the stock has only increased. The Apple Analyst: Daniel Ives has an Outperform rating and $175 price target for Apple shares, with the bull case price target at $225. Wedbush added the stock to its "Best Ideas" list. The Apple Thesis: After a stellar December quarter, when Apple managed to crush iPhone estimates, some cuts in the iPhone forecasts for fiscal year 2021 were discounted by the market, Ives said in a note. This is reflected in the stock's sell-off over the last month, the analyst said. Wedbush's Asia checks are markedly bullish, suggesting over 230 million units for 2021, he said. The initial build forecast for the iPhone 13 indicates the supercycle will continue into fiscal year 2022, Ives said. "Geographically speaking, demand in China looks strong coming out of the Chinese New Year and remains a linchpin to our Apple bull thesis." The analyst also sees continued uptick in ASPs due to a higher mix of the iPhone Pro and Pro Max, with the Mini being significantly scaled down around production/demand globally. With a $3-trillion valuation in sight for Cupertino, the recent sell-off in share creates a golden buying opportunity, according to Wedbush. AAPL Price Action: Apple shares lost 0.91% in Wednesday's session, closing at $119.98.   submitted by   /u/folkwoodswest [link]   [comments]
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  23. Why Apple's Stock Sell-Off Is A Golden Buying Opportunity $AAPL (11/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Shanthi Rexaline , Benzinga Staff Writer Apple Inc. AAPL 1.65% shares may have taken a beating in the recent tech sell-off, but an analyst at Wedbush analyst said his conviction in the stock has only increased. The Apple Analyst: Daniel Ives has an Outperform rating and $175 price target for Apple shares, with the bull case price target at $225. Wedbush added the stock to its "Best Ideas" list. The Apple Thesis: After a stellar December quarter, when Apple managed to crush iPhone estimates, some cuts in the iPhone forecasts for fiscal year 2021 were discounted by the market, Ives said in a note. This is reflected in the stock's sell-off over the last month, the analyst said. Wedbush's Asia checks are markedly bullish, suggesting over 230 million units for 2021, he said. The initial build forecast for the iPhone 13 indicates the supercycle will continue into fiscal year 2022, Ives said. "Geographically speaking, demand in China looks strong coming out of the Chinese New Year and remains a linchpin to our Apple bull thesis." The analyst also sees continued uptick in ASPs due to a higher mix of the iPhone Pro and Pro Max, with the Mini being significantly scaled down around production/demand globally. With a $3-trillion valuation in sight for Cupertino, the recent sell-off in share creates a golden buying opportunity, according to Wedbush. AAPL Price Action: Apple shares lost 0.91% in Wednesday's session, closing at $119.98.   submitted by   /u/folkwoodswest [link]   [comments]
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  24. Why Apple keeps dropping. (25/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
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  26. AAPL News that might impact stock price (18/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    There has been activity on Twitter about the connections between Apple and the Chinese government and new data centers that will force Apple to not keep user data private. https://twitter.com/jacknicas/status/1394378309325230080?s=19 Seems to me this could quite heavily impact the image of the company and thus result in reduced stock prices with people trying to get out of their positions. Wanted to share and get your opinion on this.   submitted by   /u/ssg-daniel [link]   [comments]
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  27. McDonalds, Apple, Microsoft & FB? (15/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I want to invest into more blue chips, and there's has been a lot of talks about Microsoft recently and whether to buy the stock now or capitalise on it later when it might drop in price. I was also thinking the same thing about McD's, Apple and FB, as i've seen a lot of traders placing trades on those stocks too. Is now the time to buy them or wait for a slight dip in those stocks?   submitted by   /u/PunishMeMommy [link]   [comments]
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  28. Apple Reportedly in Talks to Buy Sensors for Self-Driving Cars (19/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    https://www.thestreet.com/investing/apple-reportedly-in-talks-to-buy-sensors-for-self-driving-cars Apple (AAPL) - Get Report is negotiating with several sellers of self-driving-car sensors about purchasing their wares, a media report says. This is another good move for apple to diversify its revenue stream. Self-driving-car is a big future market and apple is joining to pursue the opportunity. It is good to deploy cash from the cash hoard to invest in these projects to benefit the shareholders.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments]
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  29. Different income statement stats on TradingView? (29/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I was calculating the EV/EBITDA value for AMGN, and I used all of the data off of their most recent 10-Q. I had the stock overview of AMGN open on TradingView while I was calculating so I could make sure I was getting the correct calculations. However, I got the EV/EBITDA to be 58.8, while on TradingView it was listed as 12.57. Obviously this is a massive difference. I then came to see that TradingView has AMGN's net income listed as 7,264 , while on their most recent 10-Q it's listed as 1,646. This appears to be at least one of the factors as to why I got a much different number for the EV/EBITDA vs. TradingView's. My question is, does TradingView not update the stats for all stocks frequently? Because I don't understand how they can have a different net income than what's listed on the most recent 10-Q.   submitted by   /u/JuandaBucha [link]   [comments]
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  30. Deutsche Bank Remains Bullish on Apple Stock; Sees 30% Upside (16/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    With FAANG (and tech/NASDAQ in general) getting sidelined lately analysts & the market seem to be warming back up. For example on AAPL: 'The 5-star analyst rates Apple shares a Buy along with a $160 price target. Should Ho’s thesis play out, investors are looking at upside of ~30% over the next 12 months' Source: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/deutsche-bank-remains-bullish-apple-025316438.html   submitted by   /u/Karnes [link]   [comments]
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  31. Spotify is too overvalued? (16/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Spotify during Covid-19 earned -125 million net loss. Q4 2020. Current stock price is 292 dollar. And during Covid-19, people listen more music and stay home. And they couldn't earn profit? ​ Apple Q4 2020 was 28.75 billion dollar. And stock is only 133 dollar. And Apple Music pays artists twice as much as Spotify per stream. I see how Apple soon take over Spotify. ​ So... how come that 28.75 billion full profit cost 133 dollar but -125 net loss is nearly 300 dollar? I listen often Spotify but i really think that this stock is way too overvalued.   submitted by   /u/MAARJA007 [link]   [comments]
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  32. Apple share price soars 19% so far this year; FAANGM stocks jump 31% on average in 2021 (06/09/2021 - Financial Express)
    Apple’s P/E multiples are, however, more expensive than peers such as Google, which trades at 28.8x and Facebook that trades at 27x. Meanwhile other technology giants such as Microsoft and Amazon trade at higher multiples than Apple. 
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  33. Made the first largest mistake of trading so far. (04/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    It was one after the newbie mistake after another. Bought apple shared on a day shares were high thinking they would increased in the middle of the day. (apple @127 and Amazon @ 3248) Suffered for one week seeing Apple and Amazon hitting new lows. Read news articles about apple going down Further. Lost hope in the stock. Could have DCAd but was so afraid to invest any more money in the stock. Saw the red yesterday and lost all hope finally. Finally today morning, sold it all at 125 taking a 70 dollar loss. Apple then went up to 126. Warren buffet said "the stock market is a mechanism to shift money from the impatient to the patient". Still red on amazon though. Will breakeven at 3230. Hoping for the best. Will hodl this time. :( Feeling pretty bad.   submitted by   /u/xxxmadness [link]   [comments]
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  34. Made the first biggest mistake of trading so far. (04/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    It was one after the newbie mistake after another. Bought apple shared on a day shares were high thinking they would increased in the middle of the day. (apple @127 and Amazon @ 3248) Suffered for one week seeing Apple and Amazon hitting new lows. Read news articles about apple going down Further. Lost hope in the stock. Could have DCAd but was so afraid to invest any more money in the stock. Saw the red yesterday and lost all hope finally. Finally today morning, sold it all at 125 taking a 70 dollar loss. Apple then went up to 126. Warren buffet said "the stock market is a mechanism to shift money from the impatient to the patient". Still red on amazon though. Will breakeven at 3230. Hoping for the best. Will hodl this time. :( Feeling pretty bad.   submitted by   /u/xxxmadness [link]   [comments]
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  35. If Apple comes out with a car, are you buying an Apple car or a Tesla? TSLA 3,000 is higher then AAPL, Be honest, very curious, Cathie Says (11/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Good evening everyone and thank you so much for reading my posts. There are debates everywhere abou TSLA valuation so I am not here to go into that. It should be noted that TSLA now has a market cap higher than the combination of Toyota, Volkswagen, GM, Ford, Honda all combined. It should also be noted that Toyota alone sells nearly 10 million cars and Tesla 500k….. This post is not about that though…however Cathie Wood says that TSLA should be worth 3,000 easy, in her base case. [Mind you she just dumped… along with insiders that sell every day of the week check form 4] Whatever is the case if TSLA is 3,000 a share it will rival the largest company in the world AAPL. Nearly 2.5 trillion… TSLA is thought as of the car/tech of the future…Many believe that APPLE is the best innovator… It has been rumored over a year that Apple has plans to possibly team up with a car manufacturer and make an APPLE car…. So the question is simple. If both cars come out, both cars are near the same price…be honest which do you buy? This happened with Blackberry, Iphone and Samsung… Thank you for taking the time. Please share thoughts, ideas… or if you think someone will overtake Apple and Tesla in the next few years.   submitted by   /u/UltimateTraders [link]   [comments]
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  36. Aesop didn’t use terms like Deep Value or Alpha Overlays. He simply stated that what you hold in your hand today should be be worth more in the future. He kept it simple, and without over-complicating his theory. A nice video on calculating growth. (06/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  37. The Ratings Game: Apple’s stock peeked briefly into record territory after Wolfe Research boosted rating, price target (01/09/2021 - Market Watch)
    Shares of Apple Inc. rallies briefly into record territory Wednesday, after Wolfe Research analyst Jeff Kvaal raised his rating, price target and earnings estimates, citing the belief that strong demand for the technology behemoth's iPhones will continue.
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  38. Extremely bullish on apple now (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    After reading this: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2021-02-09/this-is-how-tim-cook-transformed-apple-aapl-after-steve-jobs ​ I came to realize how good apple management team is and how good Tim Cook is at navigating the space in terms of politics. Apple has some of the highest margins (seem to be only increasing), insane revenue (they are still growing), good moat (its a hardware company basically), immune to monopoly regulation (they only control like what? 6% of the entire smartphone market?), great marketing, and have a lot of vertical integration (iMessage, Apple m1, iCloud, Apple Card, Apple one, etc). They also have shit ton of cash (they can buy Netflix full on the spot basically), and assets (their headquarters is roughly worth around $5B for example). Lastly, they have a lot of room to grow because they are so far from a monopoly, and they going into other areas where they can dominate (Apple Car, Apple card, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade+). Here are the other areas they dominate: Apple iPad, and Apple Watch. Nothing comes close to competitors. The only area where I can see apple failing is if they just keep riding the wave, and get lazy with their product innovations (you can argue this is already happening). However, after the latest apple chip, and the amount of cash they have, they got to be failing a lot and for a long time for Apple to be in any bad spot. Hence, it's a safe bet in my eyes with a decent amount of upside. ​ I like the stock. A lot.   submitted by   /u/maxadorable [link]   [comments]
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  39. : Apple iPhone event: New iPads include a price increase for iPad Mini (14/09/2021 - Market Watch)
    Apple Inc. kicked off its annual product announcement Tuesday with new iPads that included a lower starting price, while fans awaited news about the coming iPhone.
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  40. Need help understanding selling CC's - sounds too good to be true. (17/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I've been looking into selling covered calls, and my understanding of it makes it sounds extremely profitable for such a low risk that I think there must be some kind of fundamental mistake in my understanding, because when something sounds too good to be true, it normally is. I've known about selling CC's for a while, but I saw in a thread on WSB that someone sold just 2 11/19 800C's on GME for $20,000, and this piqued my interest as I didn't realise it could be this profitable. Of course, GME is a very volatile stock so options contracts will have a larger premium, and this comes with the downside of you needing to hold a volatile stock until November. But when I run the numbers on my head on a more stable stock, it still seems sounds like by far the best investment strategy, and it makes me wonder why everyone isn't doing it. Say for example, you buy 100 apple shares for $125, for a total investment of $12,500. According to yahoo finance, right now a 3/26 $130C goes for 0.94, x100 that's $94. Obviously the stock has a reasonably high chance of hitting that price, but even if it does you're still keeping the premium plus $500 gains from the stock moving up $5, so you wouldn't be too unhappy. But let's say it does hit the strike price, you can just sell your stock, buy back in at the new higher price, and repeat your strategy. It seems to me like you could be making at least $70 a week in premiums off just a $12,500 investment, x52 weeks a year thats $3640, more than a 25% annual ROI with the only downside being that you have to hold 100 apple stock, which could potentially fall, or potentially rise more than 25%. Is this really how it works? Is there something I'm not considering?   submitted by   /u/Munkeyz [link]   [comments]
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  41. How do you judge a company's future success outside of financial statements? (23/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    This question came to me just recently after browsing Facebook Marketplace and seeing the sheer number of used iMacs and iPad Pros that have hit the market in the past couple of days since Apple's recent announcement of these updated products. I will admit that I do not go into deep dives into a company's financial statements and prefer sector ETFs (I have a large chunk of change in XLK), but I do not believe these products would be explicitly stated in Apple's financial statements. This got me thinking how others find "real world metrics" that are outside of just financial statements/earnings calls that would lead to an appreciating stock price. I'd be curious to hear what other stocks people believe in based on what they see in their day-to-day life.   submitted by   /u/FlippyFlopFlap [link]   [comments]
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  42. AMD stock overvalued? (02/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey folks! Wherever I look I see people saying that the current stock price for AMD is either justified or even undervalued.. I need to ask in what world? TTM Free cash flow for AMD is $1.729 bln giving it a nice 57 P/FCF ratio. You might say.. "but the future.. they will grow big!" Estimates predict $2.517 bln in Free Cash Flow for 2021 which still gives us a P/FCF ratio of around 40.. even a future 3 year average (21, 22, 23) rounds to about $3 billion still giving it a price to free cash flow above 30, which in my view is just short of being the highest acceptable P/FCF ratio for any growth stock.. on a TTM not a 3 year future *prediction*   submitted by   /u/NicKthePsyhO [link]   [comments]
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  43. RIL share price falls 2%, Future Retail stock dives after SC ruling in favour of Amazon in Ambani-Biyani deal (06/08/2021 - Financial Express)
    Reliance Industries' share price fell more than 2% today while Future Retail stock tanked 10% after the Supreme Court of India ruled in favour of Amazon
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  44. : Apple planning combined Apple TV and HomePod: report (12/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Apple Inc. is considering making an Apple TV streaming device that would have a built-in speaker and a camera for video conferencing, according to a Bloomberg report.
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  45. Thoughts Apple for first stock (01/09/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey all, I have about 50k I want to invest as it’s doing me no good in the bank and have been doing a lot of reading the last 2 months but still lack knowledge about stocks. At this point I want to jump in with something so im thinking 10k to get my feet wet until I gain more knowledge. I def want to get into some ETF/Index funds (maybe VOO/VGT) but right now I kinda wanna go in on some blue chip stocks. I was thinking Apple. What’s everyone’s thoughts on apple? Esp since the bee iPhone is dropping soon? Would it be ok to drop all the 10k on apple or would you guys suggest diversifying more? ( I mean I def want to have a diverse portfolio but I’m strictly speaking for this 1st 10) Thanks all   submitted by   /u/Tough92 [link]   [comments]
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  46. Why is $AAPL stockholder's equity been going down since 2018. (13/08/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I Just started with stock analysis, so you could say Im a novice. Sorry if its a very simple or easy question but I couldn't find a direct answer on the internet. I watched this Youtube youtube tutorial where you use the equity growth to calculate the future EPS growth for the company. How to calculate stock value It kinda makes sense for amazon and google, but it completely misses the point with apple, which has been reducing his equity since 2018 aproximately from 140B to 64B. Here is the chart: apple equity Google chart here: google equity   submitted by   /u/dahko_37 [link]   [comments]
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  47. Thoughts on Disney and their future outlook (23/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'm new to investing and one of my first stock buys was Disney. This was about 2 weeks before their q2 reports. I assumed that the strength of their disney+ subscriptions and the reopening of public facilities ( the theme parks) would cause the stock price to go up. Obviously the q2 report was underwhelming and the stock tanked. So, I was wondering what do you think Disney's outlook is for the future and if the stock will live up to it's potential?   submitted by   /u/BlueNets [link]   [comments]
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  48. People’s thoughts on blue chip stocks in the past? (15/08/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I keep seeing posts with people asking if they should invest in Apple & Amazon or just the S&P500, and the general advice is go with the S&P. I know the S&P has had great returns this year where as Amzn has been pretty stale, but Amzn had a giant run in 2020! My main question is were people advising to just stick money in S&P a few years ago and that Apple and Amazon have no more room to grow? My general thoughts is people tend to have short memories in the stock market, and think a sideways price means the company’s not growing, but then try to jump in after it rockets in price.   submitted by   /u/Melon1990 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Apple holder for 15 years now, here’s why it wasn’t easy. (22/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Always read if you bought Apple 10 years ago at xxxx it would be worth xxxx today. People assume it was luck or smart to buy then and easy hold with how the solid company is. I read thousands of articles over the years saying Apple peaked, Android has caught up, techs dated, price to high, sales down...you name it. Holding long is hard is the point, no matter the company. Whether it’s negative press, stock down or stagnant too. Apple brand is why I held, they withstood some bad years with making non innovative products due to loyalty and branding product so well. And that’s why I’m also long on Tesla, Netflix, peloton....over valued or not. The company to perfect a product first and build a following is tough to over throw, if they stay innovative.   submitted by   /u/oilers169 [link]   [comments]
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