The Big Q: Can the next iPhone release create that super-cycle of upgrades that analysts have been calling for?
The Big A: Adding growth is the new Apple TV and the apps and services within its own ecosystem.
Nevertheless, with such strong gains Apple’s consensus analyst target price has just not caught up with the stock.
If that consensus does not go higher in January, expect to see in a wave of target hikes or a sell-off, then Apple’s projected return would be -8% in Y 2020.
But if Apple can keep rising, that would actually add significantly to the overall expected DJIA gains for Y 2020.
HeffX-LTN’s overall technical outlook for AAPL is Very Bullish across the board, the resistance is None, and the support is strong at 261.86. The tech giant closed the year at 293.65.
Have a terrific New Year Holiday week
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