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28.10.20 00:09:18
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.549.749 von faultcode am 03.01.19 13:09:033.1.2019
Zitat von faultcode: wo bleibt bei Apple (und woanders) die omnipräsente "Business Intelligence" ?
...=> macht Apple überhaupt BI?

=> klar - die ganze Zeit über; sogar extra Jobs gibt's dafür...

und das - natürlich nicht nur bei Apple, sondern und gerade auch auch bei SAP:

Natürlich, priced for perfection ist ein anderes Problem.

Man kann darüber nachdenken, warum "Business Intelligence" offenbar im eigenen Haus eher nicht funktioniert gemessen an den hohen Ansprüchen und den nach außen abgegebenen Prognosen:

We want our users to focus on what really brings them value, so we provide automated insights helping them answer common business questions, detect patterns and trends, and forecast potential outcomes. A significant area of investment for SAP Analytics Cloud is the automation of key use cases and augmentation of hidden insights.
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Business Intelligence, Statement of Direction
NOV 2019
Apple | 116,60 $
22.09.20 00:34:40

The 23% sell-off in Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) from its Sept 2nd all-time high is adding credence to recent rumors that Warren Buffett is trimming his position.

At the recent highs, Mr. Buffett’s 980.6 million share position in Apple was worth approximately $135 billion, giving him a paper profit of about $100 billion. It also eclipsed 50% of Berkshire's entire public stock portfolio.

Traders note Apple saw a similar steady climb to the upside when Buffett was originally accumulating his position.

Investors will not know if Mr. Buffett has in fact sold Apple this quarter until mid-November when Berkshire releases its Q3 13F. Unless, of course, the Oracle wishes to disclose it sooner.

Apple (AAPL) Precipitous Sell-Off Adds Fuel to Buffett Rumors…
Apple | 110,08 $
29.08.20 21:02:23
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 64.926.161 von Himmelgrau am 29.08.20 18:24:02Das sind keine Gratisaktien
Apple | 499,23 $
29.08.20 18:24:02
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 64.925.189 von Roberto99 am 29.08.20 15:18:06Aber immerhin sind die Gratisaktien schon eingebucht und handelbar. Wird nicht bei jeder Bank so reibungslos funktionieren.
Apple | 499,23 $
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29.08.20 15:18:06
Schon gefreut was mein Depot für eine Megaperfomance in 2 Tagen hingelegt hat war aber nur der Apple Split der noch zum alten Preis drin steht :D
Apple | 419,80 €
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28.08.20 22:57:15
Apple pulls Epic’s App Store developer account, removing all of its games

Apple | 419,80 €
18.08.20 11:55:43
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 64.797.196 von faultcode am 18.08.20 11:31:03Klumpen. Klumpen überall. Wer heute in Warren Buffetts Berkshire Hathaway investiert, kauft ein Portfolio, das zu 44 Prozent (!) aus Apple-Aktien besteht
Apple | 387,10 €
18.08.20 11:31:03
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 62.712.412 von faultcode am 18.02.20 14:23:12...
Der Handelsstreit zwischen den USA und China beeinflusste den Markt offenbar weniger als erwartet. 70 Prozent der in den Monaten April, Mai und Juni in den Vereinigten Staaten ausgelieferten Smartphones wurden in der Volksrepublik gefertigt. Im Vorquartal lag ihr Anteil bei 60 Prozent.
Apple | 386,90 €
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18.02.20 14:24:47
Mal sehen wie die Wall Street um 15:30 dann auf die News reagiert. Denke wird auch erstmal kurz abverkauft
Apple | 294,60 €
18.02.20 14:23:12
Apple’s Outlook Cut Revives Questions About China Over-Reliance…

For the second time in as many years, Apple Inc. has had to temper its sales outlook because of unexpected shifts in China, the country that’s served as the engine of its growth and success. First a trade war with the U.S. and now the outbreak of a novel coronavirus have called into question China’s role as a reliable market and supply chain partner for the world’s most valuable maker of consumer electronics.

The coronavirus that’s stifled China’s meticulously orchestrated production and logistics has hit both Apple’s supply and demand -- factories are resuming work slower than expected, the company announced, and most of its 42 stores in the country lie dormant -- illustrating how heavily exposed its business is to disruptions in the world’s most populous country. A fall in sales within China is likely to be the most immediate impact this quarter, while widespread production bottlenecks there risk hurting global iPhone revenue in subsequent months.

Amid its coronavirus troubles, Apple has been preparing to launch a new low-cost iPhone at around $400, Bloomberg News has reported. The model is still on track to launch in March, though the plans are still fluid, according to people familiar with the matter. Apple has also been preparing updated iPad Pro models with a new camera system for the first half of 2020 and the virus may yet impose delays or constraints on those plans.

Apple Won’t Meet Quarterly Revenue Target Due to Coronavirus

Upon joining the company in the late 1990s, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook transformed Apple’s supply chain into the efficient juggernaut that’s been the longtime envy of the industry. Products are manufactured in China with the help of low-cost, but skilled, labor and shipped around the world in a matter of days. Relying on Taiwan’s Foxconn Technology Group to run on-the-ground operations and China’s abundant investment in transport to ensure logistics, Apple has become a trillion-dollar company largely by selling made-in-China iPhones, iPads, Macs and accessories.

Responsible for millions of jobs in the country, Cook’s Apple has also garnered enough goodwill with the Chinese government to gain access to its market that is unmatched among U.S. tech heavyweights. Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google are looking in from the outside, whereas Apple can sell all of its gadgets there. The Cupertino, California firm brings in more than $40 billion per year from Greater China, shy only of its takings from the U.S. and Europe. This strength is also the source of Apple’s vulnerability.

On Monday, Apple cut its earnings guidance for the quarter ending Mar. 31, which was already wider than usual because of the unpredictability of the coronavirus fallout. U.S. stock index futures and shares in Apple suppliers from Japan to Hong Kong fell after the outlook warning kindled concerns about the damage the epidemic is causing global corporations and the Apple ecosystem. Last year, the company adjusted earnings because of a shortfall in iPhone demand in China, which it blamed in part on the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing.

Production snarls at Apple’s main iPhone-making base of Zhengzhou may extend well into the June quarter and possibly beyond. Foxconn’s Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. only started seasonal recruitment on Monday, weeks behind schedule, and it’s been severely hindered by new policies intended to curb the spread of Covid-19 on campus. One recruiter, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Bloomberg News that the company was only hiring new workers from the local Zhengzhou area, tightening restrictions and eliminating the vast majority of available labor pool.

Implementing a rolling quarantine of up to 14 days for returning workers from more distant provinces, Foxconn faces additional challenges in managing the movement of untold numbers of staff. In Shenzhen, as many as 10 workers are packed in each dorm room as they endure their assigned sequester period. The available beds are running short as a growing number of workers travel back, according to one person who helped arrange the program.

Apple | 294,60 €
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