Apple: Dropping Profit Margin May Hurt Stock

Nov. 10, 2022 2:47 AM ETApple Inc. (AAPL)29 Comments
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  • Apple is the largest market-cap company in the world. Will it maintain its profit margin over the next five years?
  • As a current competitor in the lower margin industries of phones and computers, will Apple underperform against other tech players?
  • Will diversifying into other industries help Apple find new revenue streams to sustain its market cap and revenue strength?

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Shahid Jamil


Apple is the largest company in the world, with a $2 trillion-plus market cap. They participate in the hardware phone industry, computer, and other related services. Apple's global market share has been stable over the years against Asian competitors. Apple's premium pricing also makes

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