Apple is Morgan Stanley’s top tech pick for 2018

Fred Dufour | AFP | Getty Images A Chinese woman reacts while setting up the facial recognition feature on her iPhone X inside an Apple showroom in Beijing on November 3, 2017. Apple’s iPhone X is not only pushing existing customers in China to adopt the new luxury phone, but is even causing people to switch away from different brands, according to Morgan Stanley. div … Continue reading Apple is Morgan Stanley’s top tech pick for 2018

Morgan Stanley: iPhone X could be the grinch that steals all the money during holiday shopping

There’s been a lot of noise about the iPhone X’s price point. The device is Apple’s most expensive iPhone to date, starting at $999. While the device is widely expected to help Apple increase its iPhone average selling price, a new analyst report from Morgan Stanley’s Kate Huberty explains the effect that the device could have on other markets during the holiday season. Essentially, the … Continue reading Morgan Stanley: iPhone X could be the grinch that steals all the money during holiday shopping

Morgan Stanley sees SpaceX value growing to more than $50 billion

Susana Gonzalez | Bloomberg | Getty Images Elon Musk, CEO for SpaceX, speaks during the International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Sept. 27, 2016. Elon Musk is making rocket launches mundane and that could be worth tens of billions of dollars. SpaceX could become a $50 billion juggernaut through its launch of a satellite broadband network, a team of Morgan Stanley analysts wrote in … Continue reading Morgan Stanley sees SpaceX value growing to more than $50 billion

Wall Street Morgan Stanley investment SpaceX

Space: the final investment opportunity. It sounds like science fiction, but Morgan Stanley is taking it seriously. Elon Musk’s SpaceX is the key company, just as Tesla has been for electric and self-driving cars. But investors should be wary of that story. It was only a matter of time before Wall Start started to take serious note of the Final Frontier. In a sprawling research … Continue reading Wall Street Morgan Stanley investment SpaceX

Tesla Motors: Tesla EV network shows a $2.7 trillion gap, says Morgan Stanley

Bloomberg| Updated: Oct 12, 2017, 01.04 AM IST China will become the largest EV market, accounting for about a third of global infrastructure spending by 2040, according to Morgan Stanley. SAN FRANCISCO: A $2.7 trillion chasm stands between electric vehicles and the infrastructure needed to make them popular. That’s how much Morgan Stanley says must be spent on building the supporting ecosystem for EVs to … Continue reading Tesla Motors: Tesla EV network shows a $2.7 trillion gap, says Morgan Stanley