Thus, coronavirus is both a crisis and an opportunity at Apple. The opportunity is more demand for its products and services. The crisis is disrupted supply chains and lower demands for some products.Read more
The close connection with China makes Apple a value investment even in the age of Trump.
President Donald J. Trump’s (R-New York) so-called trade war with China is shallow and superficial. Despite the media hype, Trump has actually put more tariffs on Europe, Canada, and Mexico than China, The Washington Post reported. The Donald seems to be more interested in making trade deals with Beijing than tariffs which is good for Apple.
Apple’s bright future makes it a great all-around value investment. Like any good value investment, Apple is making a lot of money right, and poised to make more money in the future.Read more
Android Pay, Alphabet’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) mobile wallet is scheduled to debut in Russia sometime in 2017. All Android-based smartphones inRead more
It looks as if Apple Pay is a niche solution that may never get widespread acceptance. Instead of a massive payment platform like Visa (NYSE: V), Apple Pay may end up as a niche player in payments similar to Discover (NYSE: DFS).Read more
t looks as if Current C is probably dead, but at least two major new payment apps are rising from its ashes. Both Walmart Pay and Chase Pay have the potential to be far larger than Apple Pay, which is bad news for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL). Those brands and not Apple Pay could be the future of payment.Read more
The bottom line is that widows and orphans stocks still exist. You just have to know where to look for them.Read more