“As the calendar turns over, here is a New Year’s gift: a layman’s guide to understanding Apple (AAPL),” Brian Sozzi writes for Real Money. “To assess your favorite company and stock, it’s best to pretend you are being interviewed on TV.”
Here is a personal self-interview:
Crazy iPhone unit estimates for the holiday season are starting to appear. Buy the stock?
If you weren’t an Apple bull on Wall Street this year, then you likely underperformed the market unless you secured a home run elsewhere. You will be forced to become an Apple bull in January 2015. The fact is this: Apple continues to bring to market products that fundamentally transform a person’s life. To me, every product from Apple offers new services and reasons to purchase the pricey hardware; those are things that fundamentally change the way people live each day. And that innovative whirlwind doesn’t look set to abate by any means in 2015.
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Apple’s hardware is only “pricey” in relation to the crappiest junk on the market. Apple’s integrated solutions offer unmatched value.