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Advanced Micro Rising: Xilinx, China Could Buy Them for x86 License, Says Northland

Gus Richard, formerly with Piper Jaffray and now with Northland Capital Markets, this morning initiates coverage of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) with an Outperform rating and a $5 price target, writing that there’s “unrecognized value” and that investors are too skeptical. AMD shares are up 3 cents, or 1%, at $2.34. “Investors have decided that [...]

Subscription music service expected to boost iPhone experience, but not Apple's profits

Apple is expected to announce a new subscription streaming music service at WWDC next week, but investment bank Piper Jaffray expects that the pay-to-play Spotify competitor will bolster the iPhone ecosystem much more than it will pad Apple's bottom line.

Facebook, Google, Apple To Win Virtual Reality, Says Piper, Assuming Anyone Uses It

Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster today unleashed a mammoth (53-page) think piece about the next big trend in tech, which he asserts is virtual reality, which will boost Facebook (FB), Apple (AAPL) and Google (GOOGL), he asserts, while causing pain for “TV manufacturers, PC and mobile phone display manufacturers, the travel industry, and content companies that don’t have [...]

Munster’s Message: No Apple HDTV Coming Any Time Soon

Piper Jaffray analyst and resident Apple watcher Gene Munster is taking a gigantic step back from his previous predictions about Apple launching a connected HDTV product. Apple has been rumored to be working on said product since 2009. But Munster went on record Tuesday following a WSJ report noting that Apple formally abandoned the concept […]

Gene Munster Gives Up

Also on CNBC: For years Piper Jaffray’s closely followed analyst Gene Munster proclaimed that Apple would soon launch a television set. On Tuesday, he offered a mea culpa after a report surfaced that the company gave up on the project more than a year ago. “This is a tough day for me. Show More Summary

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster finally admits he got it wrong on the Apple television

6 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, who has confidently predicted the imminent arrival of a fully-fledged Apple television year after year, has finally admitted he was just making wild guesses mistaken in his analysis. Faced with the WSJ‘s report that Apple had considered launching its own TV set but had dropped its plans a full year ago, […]

Piper Jaffray abandons hope for full-fledged Apple television, remains bullish on AAPL stock

Longtime Apple television proponent Gene Munster threw in the towel on Tuesday, telling investors that he no longer believes the company has a big-screen set in the works, based on the latest rumors.

Apple: Piper Grapples with Reality of No Television Set

Piper Jaffray‘s Gene Munster, who has been as optimistic as anyone about the prospect of Apple  (AAPL) offering its own television set, today concedes that won’t happen, at least not anytime soon, after reading an article late yesterday by The Wall Street Journal‘s Daisuke Wakabayashi stating that Apple “shelved” plans to offer a TV set [...]

Craig Johnson: US Markets Structurally Set Up to Move Higher; Rates Have Bottomed

Piper Jaffray’s "Bullseye" Craig Johnson tells Financial Sense Newshour that his models are still forecasting a double-digit gain in stocks this year (specifically targeting 2350 on the S&P 500), but a quick rise in interest rates could spook the market between...

Apple could sell 46M iPhones this quarter, analyst predicts

Given Apple's guidance for the current quarter, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has boosted his prediction for iPhone sales.

Teens Name Facebook 3rd Most Important Social Network

Facebook is the most popular social network in the world, but as usual, teens have their own ideas. A new Piper Jaffray survey shows that Facebook-owned Instagram is considered the "most important" social media outlet among teens. In a new Piper Jaffray survey 32% of teens responded that Instagram was...

How Apple can whiff on earnings and still beat expectations (AAPL)

Apple reports earnings after the market closes this afternoon. Wall Street analysts are expecting Apple to post $56 billion in revenue, but there's a problem with their estimate according to Gene Munster, analyst at Piper Jaffray. Street...Show More Summary

This chart of teen sentiment shows why Facebook should be glad it bought Instagram

Facebook may be the most dominant social media network in the world, but that's not the case among teens. According to a recent survey by Piper Jaffray, Facebook-owned Instagram is considered the "most important" social media among teens, accounting for almost a third of the total responses (32%). Show More Summary

Nike Is The Top Preferred Clothing Retailer Among Teens

Data Visualisation by @JodySieradzki. Data Source: Piper Jaffray.

Instagram Is The Most Important Social Network For Teens

Data Visualisation by @JodySieradzki. Data Source: Piper Jaffray.

This time iPhone 6 is 'fundamentally different' to anything we've seen before (AAPL)

The iPhone 6 is "fundamentally different" to previous devices from Apple, according to a new research note from Piper Jaffray, and we should see higher-than-expected sales throughout 2015. Meanwhile, Android is stalled, and the iPhone is going to take market share from it in a way that we haven't seen before, the note says. Show More Summary

Teen Spending Trends in 2015

Piper Jaffray released its survey results, highlighting spending trends among teens in fashion, beauty and personal care, digital media, food, gaming and entertainment.

Teens love GoPro and so do Wall Street analysts (GPRO)

Teens love GoPro. And so do Wall Street analysts. Analysts at Piper Jaffray upgraded the stock after their "Taking Stock with Teens" survey showed that the company's point-of-view cameras are getting more popular with teens. The stock...Show More Summary

How teens are spending money, what they like, and where they shop

Piper Jaffray released its semiannual report on teen spending Wednesday. We dug through the report and pulled out some of the most interesting facts and charts. Here's a summary: 1. Teens are spending most of their money on food. Starbucks remains the perennial favorite among all teens for food-and-drink spending. Show More Summary

How Streaming Took Over The Movie Rental Business

Data Visualisation by @LeonMarkovitz. Data Source: Piper Jaffray.

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