The Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) Worldwide Developer Conference, or WWDC, filled the pages of financial and technology news alike. The conference centered on software with no significant blockbusters. Wall Street analysts, for the most part, kept their official opinions the same. The bulls stayed bulls. The holds remained holds. The sells persisted in skepticism. Here is what some of the analysts had to say.
Brian White at the firm Cantor Fitzgerald held to his Buy rating and kept the $195 price target for Apple the same. He liked the expansion in Apple’s “ecosystem,” such as the introduction of the iOS 9 and the watchOS 2. He represented his firm’s opinion that the market is unjustifiably bearish on the company.
Amit Daryanani, another Apple bull at the firm RBC Capital Markets, sees Apple’s stock heading toward $150 per share. He thinks the new software introductions will “entrench” Apple users, increasing their…
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