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Apple could be a $2 trillion company in 2020: top strategist

WorldNews Wednesday, 8 January 2020
Apple could be a $2 trillion company in 2020: top strategistThe stars are aligned for yet another year of big gains in Apple’s stock (AAPL) price, says long-time tech analyst Gene Munster. “It’s still an out of the consensus bet, but the reason we are still so bullish is based on the fundamentals and separately the multiple,” Munster said on Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade. From a fundamental perspective, Munster — who rose to fame on Wall Street in the early 2000s for studying crowd sizes on iPhone launch days — points to several key drivers of what is likely to be strong...
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