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The stock market has turned college-age kids into millionaires, launched lucrative long-term careers and can be used to cash out for a comfortable retirement. Of course, the ability to reap such benefits comes with an inherent set of risks. And those who don’t understand or respect them can swiftly see their ambitions dashed.

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Surprise! Apple is 2022’s ‘biggest stock-market loser.’


By one important measure, Apple is this year's biggest stock-market loser.
By one important measure, Apple is this year's biggest stock-market loser.
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It’s no secret 2022 has been a volatile year for tech stocks, even as Apple has stayed locked in its familiar role of stock market juggernaut, somehow always beating earnings expectations.

So you might be surprised to hear “Apple is this year’s biggest stock-market loser,” according to a report.

Holy cow! Apple hits $1.5 trillion market cap [Updated]


International governments plan to rethink tax rules for the ‘digital age’
Apple share price is well into record territory.
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A jump in Apple’s share price in the past two days pushed it over a milestone: On Wednesday, Apple became the first U.S. company valued by investors at more than $1.5 trillion.

AAPL shares have been on the rise for months. Last week, the stock made up all of the COVID-19-induced losses incurred earlier in the year, then headed into record territory.

Tech giants, including Apple, take a big plunge on the stock market


Apple waives developer fees for nonprofits, others in 8 additional countries
Apple is on track to hit $1 trillion valuation this year.
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Tech stocks are dominating right now, but they got a bit of a wakeup call yesterday. Apple included.

According to a new report, a plethora of tech giants — inlcuding Apple, Alibaba, Amazon, Baidu, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Nvidia, Tesla and Twitter — all suffered falls yesterday. It was the worst drop in the NYSE FANG+ Index, which tracks global tech giants, since it was established four years ago.

It’s not a great time to own Apple stock


Thelma and Louise take a turn as stock market analysts.
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Apple stock continued to tumble Friday, closing at $105.76 — down more than 20 percent from its all-time high of $134.50 earlier this year.

The precipitous drop is in line with dozens of other big-name stocks that have taken a turn for the worse in 2015, but what’s driving the downturn?