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“Uncertainty is what is driving the markets right now,” Michael said during his latest appearance on CNBC World. Michael shows viewers how the price of oil and troubles in China have sent investors taking profits en masse off the market – shaving significant percentages off stocks like Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL) and Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN).
But more importantly, Michael shows us all how these tech giants and more are gearing up for stunning comeback. Check out his CNBC appearance in the video below.
After the correction, is Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) still a buy? Michael remains one of the most bullish Apple analysts out there – so you probably know his answer to that question.
But Stuart Varney from Fox Business recently grilled Michael further on a number of questions whose answers aren’t so easy to predict. Such as, is Apple still on the path to become the first ever $1 trillion market-cap company? If so, when?
You can see Michaels’s answers to these questions about the iDevice King and more in the video below.
Despite a dip in revenue Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS), Michael thinks things are looking up for the “Mouse House.”
After all, Disney crushed analysts’ projections for the most recent quarter, it’s behind several blockbusters this summer (and has a new Star Wars movie lined up for Christmas), and it’s on the verge of becoming the leading force in a new venture – wearable tech.
Disney shares dipped a steep 10% Wednesday. But Michael made his case for why the skeptics are wrong about the company’s prospects through the end of the year during his latest appearance on CNBC World. Watch the Video.
But amid the continuing recall fiasco, the company’s stock has actually gained 5% in the last three months. So does that make GM stock a “Buy” now?
Michael joined FOX Business‘ “Varney & Co.” Tuesday and discussed how he would play GM stock given the recent news and the stock’s performance.
On the eve of the World Cup, the Molson Coors (TAP) and Anheuser-Busch (BUD) brewing companies are enjoying a nice bump in share price. And Apple (AAPL) is raising a glass to the more than 47 million iPhones it sold in just the first quarter of this year.