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Apple investors made a big bet on a rare and powerful event that’s about to pay off or fizzle in the sky (AAPL)

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  • Apple will report its fiscal Q1 earnings on Thursday.
  • The company will likely report record quarterly revenue and healthy earnings per share.
  • But Wall Street is focused on second-quarter guidance, and in particular whether the long-awaited iPhone super cycle is still in the offing.

Apple will have a tough act to follow when it reports its earnings on Thursday, hours after a rare super blue blood moon graces the night sky.

Like eager stargazers awaiting the super moon, Apple shareholders are anxious to be dazzled by a long-anticipated “super cycle” of iPhone sales.

They may be disappointed.

In recent weeks, several Wall read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com