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Apple's Q2 Earnings And Path To $200

May 02, 2022 10:44 AM ETApple Inc. (AAPL)8 Comments


  • Apple reported better-than-expected Q2 FY2022 results, with net sales growth of 9% to $7.7 billion.
  • The Board authorized an additional $90 billion for share repurchases.
  • Its strong cash generation, low requirement of maintenance CAPEX, and large share repurchases form an overpowering combination.
  • Such large share repurchases at its current valuation are very accreditive and are projected to propel its share price to $200 by 2025.
  • A key risk is the business’ large exposure to China. The ongoing COVID shutdowns there could negatively impact iPhone deliveries and sales in the near term.
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Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) reported its Q2 FY2022 last Thursday. It is another record-setting quarter, and AAPL delivered results better than Wall Street expectations. Net sales growth of 9% to $7.7 billion during the second quarter of 2022 compared to

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Comments (8)

Gene S profile picture
Acctedgrammar) A speech act that gives permission or approval.
Gene S profile picture
The word is accretive.
$200 by 2025? That is a modest 8.6% growth, over 9% with the dividend. Nothing to scoff at, but not conservative prediction that should easily come true.
I think it will hit $200 by Christmas with ease.
@tjmxxx after a reverse split!
Such large share repurchases at its current valuation are very accreditive(sp) and are projected to propel its share price to $200 by 2025.
Ha, ha, ha,ha. Well, duh.
I think it will hit $200 a share on January 14, 2026, just before closing.
bart_sst profile picture
@Charleyman1 : So you're expecting a split in the next 3–1/2 years?
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