Barclays sees Tesla could reach $600 on back of ‘dream value;’ BMO still bets on Apple’s iPhone to sell.
Analyst introduces new expectations for Apple to sell 233 million iPhones in 2019.
Apple impresses with iPhone X, Tesla could be next “Apple” of EV world; Snap shares work in the long-term.
Analysts range from enthusiastic to suddenly apprehensive on these leading tech players of Wall Street.
Cutthroat wireless operator arena or not? All the same, smartphone sales growth could be imminent.
If investors are seeking profit from the Apple iPhone 8 release, “buy on rumor, sell on news,” says Ned Davis.
Here’s why analysts are playing it cautiously optimistic on these two leaders of the tech-verse.
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