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Berkshire Hathaway's largest holding has plenty of potential to increase its dividend, and its holding with the highest dividend yield also looks like it has a sustainable payout.
Virtual reality start-ups have pinned their hopes on Apple’s longed-for release of a mixed reality headset becoming a catalyst for a rebound in industry funding. The headset, with a likely price tag of about $3,000, is expected to combine augmented reality, which conjures up digital images into the real world, and virtual reality, which immerses users into a game-like realm. “Code new worlds,” reads Apple’s website for Monday’s event, which many interpret as a reference to a new computing platform.
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Apple (AAPL) closed at $180.95 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.48% move from the prior day.
Apple's WWDC 2023 is set to take place Monday, June 5th. Many are expecting the tech giant to unveil a new mixed reality headset. Meanwhile earnings season continues with GameStop, Cracker Barrel, and Rent the Runway among the companies set to report. Finally, the economic calendar is light, with ISM services data, factory orders, and weekly jobless claims on tap.
The VR market is accordingly getting more attention than it has in a while, but the question still lingers: What actually are we supposed to do with these headsets? Gaming, sure, but it's seemed to me that there isn't a must-have "hero" app for VR yet.
Apple is reportedly set to reveal its mixed reality headset at its annual WWDC. But Meta is already gearing up for battle, announcing its new Quest 3 VR headset this week. But the question remains: What are consumers supposed to do with these headsets? Yahoo Finance’s Allie Garfinkle tackles the virtual reality craze and the possible need for a “hero” app.
Just a handful of tech stocks, including Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Tesla, and Amazon are responsible for the most of the big gains we have seen in the Nasdaq. Michele Schneider, Chief Strategist at Marketgauge.com tells Yahoo Finance Live why she thinks it would be "healthy" to see some of these stocks pull back.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicks off on Monday, June 5. Many are expecting the consumer tech giant to release a mixed reality headset that could compete against Meta's Quest VR devices. Yahoo Finance Tech Editor Dan Howley previews the big event.
Apple will host its WWDC event on June 5, and we're expecting a slew of announcements including its AR/VR headset.
The market is telling us to expect the unexpected.
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Apple (AAPL) has been one of the stocks most watched by Zacks.com users lately. So, it is worth exploring what lies ahead for the stock.
Shares of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) have produced a remarkable return of 282% over the past five years, easily crushing the S&P 500 by a wide margin. Let's look at three reasons you might want to buy Apple stock, and one reason to sell. A beneficial course of action for retail investors is to look at what some of the top investors own.
Warren Buffett is well-known for his investing success and timeless wisdom. Buffett's company, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A), a holding company of many companies, has also experienced much success in the stock market. When Berkshire released its holdings as of the end of the first quarter of 2023, one thing that stuck out to me was just how concentrated its portfolio was.
While this leading smartphone provider may face challenges in the latter half of 2023, its long-term revenue and profit growth potential remain strong.
Among Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook), Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet (formerly Google), there are two outperformers billionaire investors are piling into and one industry leader they're selling.
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Apple has denied allegations that it helped US authorities spy on Russian iPhone users.
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Alphabet, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon are just part of the elite group of companies that have market caps of $1 trillion or more. Their CEOs are paid handsomely, though some are getting pay cuts. Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon, saw a huge dip in compensation, going from $212 million in 2021 to $1.3 million in 2022. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, brought in $84 million in 2022, however, he is expected to see a 40 percent drop in 2023. The Yahoo Finance Live team breaks down the numbers.
Apple, Nvidia, Alphabet, Microsoft, and Amazon have seen their shares skyrocket this year. In fact, the gains in just a handful of stocks have powered the major indexes higher. Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre explains.