Gene Munster: Apple can hit $200 per share

Loup Ventures‘ Gene Munster and Andrew Murphy discuss the new digital transformation and why it could expand Apple’s multiple to 35x.

Apple Park in Cupertino, California
Apple Park in Cupertino, California

Applying this multiple to Loup Ventures’ 2022 earnings estimate yields about a $200 share price and a staggering $3.4 trillion market cap.

Loup TV is a series of short videos that dive deeper into the questions the analysts get asked most:

MacDailyNews Take: As we’ve been saying for many, many years: Apple remains undervalued.

1 Comment

  1. Apple will hit at $200 a share. The stock market is the only place to have a return above 5%. Demand and name recognition will sell apple shares.

    As trump tries to destroy social security, a long sought desire of the republicans, the only place to put money for a retirement, 4 0 something, the stock market. Soc.Sec is really your money and there should be a way to leave it to your children. Think 6.x% of your check going to some money management firm, in the hands of a trump like, notice trump always picks the failing plan. He always wants to do the criminal thing. Don’t forget his on sister called him liar. That coward ducked the war and disrespected the US military dead. Anyway, in the market, your investment could go to $0. The manager of the fund wins even though you lose.

    Apple is making forward decisions, diversifying what it sell, like power. So sooner or later they will be worth the money.

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