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The market has gone years without a correction, but is that a reason to cash out and put your profits under the mattress? UBS strategist Jeremy Zirin sits down at the MoneyBeat desk to talk stocks. Photo: Getty Images.
Marketwatch’s Mark Hulbert says Apple’s stock may beat the market through 2016 and point out iPhone maker’s stock split is a bullish indicator, according to studies. Photo: Getty Images.
Here is a video about NASDAQ:AAPL explaining the reasons why Apple stock split is a good sign for the shareholders of the tech company from Cupertino.
In a video report from Marketwatch, Mark Hulbert says Apple’s stock may beat the market. The stockmarket expert sets a timeframe of 2016 for NASDAQ:AAPL to outperform the NASDAQ index. Apple’s iPhones and iPads have been great commercial successes worldwide so far.
TechNews.org provides detailed financial information on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) for free, including real-time stock quotes, financial charts & stock market news for technology companies.
AAPL stock split is a bullish indicator according to historical financial studies. After the stock split, the Apple stock is below the $100bar.
Today, for the first time in 7 years, Apple can be considered as a cheap stock. According to Mark Hulbert a Marketwatch columnist, AAPL stock split is a bullsih sign for the next 2.5 years. Beyond accounting benefits, the split should increase trading volumes with new investors buying the AAPL stock (Photo credit: Getty Images).
Check out our video report from the Wall Street Journal Marketwatch about AAPL :