Jim Suva touts Apple on CNBC's Power Lunch (video)

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  1. Gregg Thurman said:
    Just like time release tablets, Apple’s current line of product will generate more and more revenue as more and more people engage with them.

    And that’s just for FY2021/2022. What new marvel will Apple introduce for FY2024?

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    December 18, 2020
  2. Gregg Thurman said:
    After reading the many research notes from so many on WS, I’ve decided my $200 piece target by April earnings FY2022 is wrong.

    I’m thinking January earnings 2022 is more appropriate. And I think AAPL will achieve this without expansion of its multiple.

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    December 18, 2020
  3. bas flik said:
    a lot of the covid money gouvernments putting in the economy right now will end up in the vaults of Apple. people cannot spend on holiday, cruises, dining, bars, shopping malls. its all closed. but the salaries continue because of gouvernment funding. so there is a lot of short term money around to spend on Apple. 200 is more likely then people currently expect. Anyway, in comparison with all the IPO valuations Apple is impossible cheap. Specially with the M1 Abrahams revolution in mind.

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    December 18, 2020
  4. Michael Goldfeder said:
    Back in Late December, 2018 when Apple and the entire market was taking a hit, Tim Cook shortly thereafter scheduled an interview with Jim Cramer and sat down with him at Apple HQ the first week in January and essentially stated it will all be fixed and he was very excited about the future of Apple.

    That was around the time the stock dropped all the way down to $142 a share pre split. Two years later and a 4 for 1 split along they way, look at where Apple is today as a company! It’s just getting started for the future.

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    December 18, 2020

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