An Educational Look at Apple (AAPL)

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Is Apple a stock worth buying? Other people have discussed (at length) its "questionable" product decisions

Analyzing Apple

An Apple by itself

Is Apple a stock worth buying? Other people have discussed (at length) its “questionable” product decisions, such as:

  • The touch bar
  • getting rid of Touch Id in favor of using facial recognition
  • Scrapping a whole ecosystem of connectors to push the “Lightning cable”
  • Eliminating the headphone jack from the newest generation of phones.



Ohlson O-Score

Ian U

If you’re a short seller, then I’d like to introduce you to the Ohlson O-Score. This is a score created by Dr. James Ohlson of New York University, aimed at predicting the financial distress of a company. The Ohlson O-Score is the result of a nine-factor linear combination of coefficient-weighted accounting ratios that are found from financial disclosure statements that are provided by publicly traded companies.…

Low debt vs. High debt

Ian U

  Debt, a word that consumers and college students know all too well. How do companies view debt and how does it affect their stock price? Let’s find out by taking a look at both high debt companies and low debt companies.We’ll start off with high debt. This Equities Lab stock screener finds companies with a debt to equity ratio ranking them in the top 25% of the market, and total liabilities to assets ranking in the top 25% of the market while outperforming by 2%.…

Beneish M-Score

Tyler McCain

The Beneish M-score was designed as a way to detect possible manipulation of a company’s financial statements. The score itself can be anything between –infinity and +infinity, though most scores fall between -10 to 10. Anything below -2.22 is considered a good score and suggests that the company is likely not manipulating their balance sheet.…

Trump the Market

Ian U

   Over the past few weeks’ major indices have continued to hit new all-time highs, it seems like almost every industry is performing well. However, it’s important not to get lost in all the commotion and news surrounding the markets and continue to look for safe investments with “yuge” returns. Under the current administration, investors are anticipating a more pro-business environment complimented by tax cuts and deregulation for certain industries.