Click here to learn what Andy Zaky has to say about Apple. He looks to be spot on with his analysis and has the charts in this article to prove it. This is a must read and here is an excerpt, "In light of the recent sell-off in global equities, it is now an incontestable FACT that Apple is the most undervalued and underappreciated large-cap growth company in America.
Jason Swartz makes a great case that Apple is its own asset class and that some investment talking heads don't really understand Apple in the ways necessary to make money playing the stock. Click here to learn why Apple is its own asset class and a lot more and how you can profit from this understanding.
Google (GOOG) is planning to introduce its Chromebook line of laptops next month, a move aimed at bolstering the search engine giant’s foray into computer hardware and one that could keep cloud-computing stocks in focus. Imagine PC's designed only to use the cloud? Coming in June.
It's clear that Google is a major force in both the tablet and phone market. On the tablet side, it's a distant second to Apple's wildly successful iPad franchise but its running fast in an effort to catch up. It's going to be a long hard run to catch Apple in this space. Competition is good and could drive both stocks through innovation.
It’s not unreasonable for Apple to trade for 90 times earnings. In the past 12 months the company earned $20 billion. Ninety times that is $1.8 trillion. Learn more by clicking on Apple. Curated by Kyle Brown.
Apple, Google, and Verizon are a lock to keep making big money from the Smartphone Wars which should translate into better stock performance. Learn why by clicking on Apple or Google. Curated by Kyle Brown.
Apple faces increased competition in the consumer-cloud arena from the likes of Amazon.com, which recently launched a cloud-based locker and player for music, and Google, which has serious designs on both music and e-books. See who's likely to win the war by clicking on Apple, hint, hint. Curated by Kyle Brown.
Apple's upcoming release of a new cloud strategy originated with the code name Castle. Not that in and of itself that will make you any money directly, but owning Apple stock for the long haul might be a good move. Apple does very well with each new iThing over time. Click on Apple to learn more about this major commitment inside Apple to improve its cloud presence. Curated by Kyle Brown.
iMac, iPod, iPad, iCloud? If true, this could be another big marketing opportunity for Apple and its fans and raise all boats connected to the cloud space as the Apple marketing machine makes the cloud as ubiquitous as the iPod.
Apple's customers -- yours truly, in particular -- are becoming increasingly comfortable with streaming and browser-based apps. Both models could render downloads and installed software obsolete, and in the process threaten iTunes and the Mac OS. Not acting isn't an option. Watch this trend carefully as it may impact a large number of stocks in the software space. Learn how it could affect you.