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David Garrity on CNBC: Apple rises despite Q1 revenue decline

Apple rises despite Q1 revenue decline from CNBC. 4Q18 Results Match Previously Lowered Expectations & 1Q19 Guidance Not Catastrophic Spells R-E-L-I-E-F R-A-L-L-Y For Market AAPL reported 4Q18 results that essentially met (Revs $84.3bn (Street $84bn), EPS $4.18 (Street $4.17)) guidance that had been cut -8% by management earlier this month. Along with 1Q19 guidance that

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David Garrity on CNBC Worldwide Exchange: Apple fallout continues

Apple fallout continues from CNBC. Tech – Smartphone Market Saturation & Higher Prices Slow Upgrade Cycle For AAPL, Raising Sector Concerns As To Next Innovation Wave Following AAPL’s negative December quarter pre-announcement investors have begun to doubt the prospects for continued tech sector growth as there is no readily apparent successor to the innovation wave

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Bloomberg Interview: Facebook Is A Media Company At Risk Of Being Regulated

David Garrity, Chief Market Strategist for Laidlaw & Co. Ltd, on Facebook’s corporate governance and the outlook for COO Sheryl Sandberg. Hosted by Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz. Click here to listen to interview. Sector Pullback Only Profit-taking Or A Signal With Broader Implications? Since Fed Chair Powell’s 10/3/18 comments on neutral interest rate policy,

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David Garrity on Bloomberg – Apple Will Eat Higher Tariffs Costs For The Time Being

David Garrity on Apple’s upcoming product launch and impact of President Trump’s twitter attack on Apple’s production abroad. Hosted by Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz. To listen to replay, click here. AAPL Product Launch Migrates iPhone X Features To Lower Price-point Products While Upgrading Chipset If it’s September, it’s time for AAPL to introduce upgrades

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David Garrity on CNBC’s Closing Bell: Apple’s Tim Cook vs. Tesla’s Elon Musk

Apple’s Tim Cook vs. Tesla’s Elon Musk from CNBC. Who Has A Better Vision For Their Company — Tim Cook or Elon Musk? With his credentials as a founder of a number of successful companies such as Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk has to be seen as the more visionary of the two in terms

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David Garrity on CNBC Worldwide Exchange: AAPL, The Rise of Services

David Garrity breaks down Apple’s earnings report from CNBC. No Smartphone “Super Cycle” Yet, But Operating Leverage Is Alive & Well At AAPL Off a modest +3% year/year increase in iPhone shipments to 52.2mm, AAPL delivered better than expected revenues of $61.1bn (expectations $60.9bn), a +16% year/year gain and the strongest revenue growth in more

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Apple will ensure iPhone X demand is met, China could be a big market for it: GVA Research

BNN speaks with David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, the day the iPhone X officially goes on sale and a day after Apple’s latest quarterly release. Having trouble viewing video? Click here. We heard from one tech analyst who says the key issue for iPhone X is going to be supply, not demand. What’s your

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David Garrity weighs on the $AAPL launch event and Blockchain on Yahoo Finance’s “The Final Round”

David Garrity weighs on the AAPL launch event on The Final Round Click image above or watch full replay here. (See 17 min  15 sec  for discussion of iPhone X name, and at 44 minutes very interesting discussion around Bitcoin and Blockchain technology)

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Alphabet to Launch ‘Android Messages’ to Challenge iMessage, FB Messenger (GOOGL, FB)

You use it every day, probably multiple times a day. Only you know how many of the of the 200,000 iMessages sent per second are yours, but one thing is for sure, with its low latency and high response rates, messaging offers the fastest communications channel. Consider that over 63 quadrillion iMessages are sent annually

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Amazon, Facebook reasonably valued ahead of earnings: David Garrity on BNN

With tech earnings season getting underway this week, GVA Research Principal David Garrity joins BNN for a preview and tells The Business News why he sees Google, Amazon and Facebook valued “reasonably”. 4Q16 Earnings Season Underway This Week  The U.S. technology sector reporting season kicked off last week with NFLX (Wed 1/18) and IBM (Thurs

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