Apple and Twitter: What to Watch This Earnings Season

After a banner year in 2013 for big tech stocks, 2014 has seen a lot of the biggest names in this space fall significantly. In this segment from Tuesday's Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analysts Jason Moser and Bryan White take a look at Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL  ) and Twitter (NYSE: TWTR  ) ahead of earnings, now that a new earnings season has kicked off.

Jason discusses Apple over the past couple of years, and how this once high-flying market darling has seen a lot of stagnation recently, along with decline in investor interest. While CEO Tim Cook has said repeatedly that the company has a lot of really interesting products in the pipeline, Jason hasn't seen true innovation from the company in a while. Bryan, meanwhile, talks Twitter, which has fallen 40% from a recent high.

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  • Report this Comment On April 09, 2014, at 2:06 AM, GaryDMN wrote:

    What about Google on the 16th? They have seen ad margins fall from 36% to 26% in the last 3 years and still don't have any other significant product sales or profits. They do have more that enough hype and vaporware, but where's the beef?

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