Apple could be a $2 trillion company by end of 2021

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Apple could be a $2 trillion company by end of 2021
There was a time when $1 trillion seemed crazy, too.
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Apple could be a $2 trillion business by the end of 2021, bullish Apple analyst Dan Ives of Wedbush claims.

If so, this would be a massive leap from Apple’s current market cap of $1.38 trillion. And it would be all thanks to momentum in Apple’s Services division, alongside the impending launch of a 5G iPhone.

2020 could be Apple’s greatest year so far

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2020 could be Apple's greatest year so far
Analyst Dan Ives is excited about what next year holds for Apple.
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2020 promises to be a great year for Apple, according to Wedbush analyst Dan Ives. In a message to clients, Ives describes 2019 as an “historic year” for Apple. Not only has Apple come out on top this year, but he thinks next year could be even better.

And he’s slapped the highest price target on AAPL as a result.

Demand could far exceed supply for AirPods this holidays

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Demand could far exceed supply for AirPods this holidays
Apple has a massive hit on its hands.
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‘Tis the season to run around in a fruitless battle to find AirPods in time for the holidays, notes Wedbush analyst Dan Ives in a message to clients.

Ives thinks that a surge of demand means there will be a shortage of AirPods headphones this holiday season. In total, he thinks Apple could ship a total of 65 million AirPods in 2019 — and things will only ramp up in 2020.

Bullish analyst thinks Apple stock is going nowhere but up

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Apple could be in for a major surge over the next year.
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When Apple passed the $1 trillion valuation earlier this year, you could be forgiven for thinking you’ve missed your chance to invest. Not so, claims tech Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities. According to the bullish Apple pundit, the company could see a massive 40 percent surge this year.

AAPL currently trades at $219. According to Ives, however, by this time next year you should be expecting it to trade at $310. Here’s why.