Just two weeks after Michael predicted Apple Inc.’s inevitable comeback on CNBC World, this iDevice king has charged back nearly 10%. Now, during a sit down with The Street host Gregg Greenberg, Michael’s back with even more comeback winners.
From biotech to the cloud and virtualreality, Michael shares the best oversold tech plays investors should grab before it’s too late.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK.A, BRK.B) has never spent much of its kitty on tech stocks. But Team Buffett’s recent $1 billion bet on Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) shows that may be changing.
Or maybe Buffett’s move has more to do with Apple CEO Tim Cook’s recent statesmanlike visit to China. Is the Oracle of Omaha becoming the Soothsayer of Shanghai?
We know that Buffet isn’t a “trader.” He buys in for the long haul. So the question now is: How will this big bet affect Apple’s and China’s futures? Michael called in to CNBC World Monday night to talk about that… and more.
This week at its annual F8 developer conference in San Francisco, Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) made clear that it wants to be involved I every part of your digital life. Michael dropped by CNBC to talk over the nuts and bolts of that bold vision.
With the number of false breakouts recently, investors are understandably antsy about this week’s three-day (so far) rally, the first this year. During his latest appearance on CNBC, Michael lets us know how long he thinks this rally could continue – and the main three “pressure points” propping the U.S. markets up.
In the wake of another box-office hit, Avengers: Age of Ultron, WaltDisneyCo. (NYSE: DIS) stock is peaking at all-time highs. Over at Fox Business, Michael weighed in on the company’s success and whether Disney stock is still worth buying.
Before he left, Michael also commented on the decision by Panera Bread Co. (Nasdaq: PNRA) to remove more than 150 ingredients from its food in an attempt to go all natural. Is this a PR stunt? Or is Panera tapping into a bigger global trend?
Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) is having its “told you so” moment. News of the Apple Watch’s success is everywhere. Despite plenty of skeptics, Apple’s latest iDevice sold out worldwide in a matter of hours, pushing preorder deliveries back to June.
During an appearance on CNBC’s Closing Bell, Michael said this is just the beginning of the Apple Watch’s success. He predicts sales of 10 million watches, worth $4 billion, in the first year. Moreover, he says the Apple Watch has the momentum to disrupt the entire consumer technology market.
Elon Musk has the world buzzing after announcing that Tesla Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) would be revealing a top-secret new product line – that’s not a car – on April 30. While Musk is keeping things quiet till then, Michael may have the answer to that mystery.
Earlier this week on Fox Business, Michael told host Stuart Varney that activity he’s seeing coming out of SolarCity Corp. (Nasdaq: SCTY) is a big clue.
Twenty years ago Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) was on the ropes. Now, the IDevice king has risen 90-fold to become the most valuable company in the UnitedStates.
And Michael tells CNBC viewers that Apple is just getting started. On a recent appearance on Street Signs, Michael revealed how Apple’s symbolic move to the DowJones Industrial Average today will continue to cement Apple’s place in our tech driven economy.