5 Tech Stocks You’re Not Thinking About

With AAPL (Apple, $193.46) Sitting in the center of attention of its market capital on the race for $1 trillion, there are a 5 major partnerships AAPL is paired with and if you don’t have investments with these, you might regret it later.

GE (General Electric, $13.76) has been on a depressing down-trend since February 2017, but that’s not stopped them from making great business partnerships. GE is a multinational conglomerate, paired with AAPL to increase their efficiency with energy, transportation, development, and healthcare.

Unlike GE, ACN (Accenture, $160.61) is a professional management and consulting firm based in Dublin, Ireland. ACN is partnered with AAPL to improve AAPL’s customer relations and iOS technology. ACN has also been growing and mostly is known for their digital and technology operation services.

An investor favorite, CSCO (Cisco, $43.65) is a world renown technology software corporation, hosted in the Silicon Valley in San Jose, California. CSCO is joined with AAPL for their iOS features, macOS, mobile apps features, and much more. CSCO helps AAPL with their digital product “essentials”.

International Business Machines, also known as IBM (IBM, $145.36) is not very popular, but they still stand as the largest computer company in the world. IBM is partnered with AAPL for their main cloud developer console and assisting with the production of AAPL’s mobile apps.

System Application and Products, also known as SAP SE, (SAP, $116.93) is a German software company that creates software to manage business operations and customer relations. With consistent growth, SAP is partnered with AAPL for fluid mobile transfers from AAPL’s products, location services, and production of AAPL’s Touch ID features. SAP has made great business decisions and is on the market growth for the past 5 years.

These 5 companies are a few of many proud partnerships AAPL loves and investors bet they will be advertised as the “best stocks” when AAPL makes their $1 trillion market capitalization. Though not all of these companies have a great history of financial performance, their partnership with AAPL may have been the best business decision they have ever made.


Author: Black Tea

C.Jackson, creative writing and investor at Black Tea. Building a brand and social network community with investors and entrepreneurs.

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