Apple Isn’t Priced for a Recession

The “new” Apple isn’t really new. But it is new enough that the 46-year-old company’s modern incarnation has yet to see its resilience truly tested by a global recession.

Investors currently aren’t baking one in. Apple’s share price has indeed taken a hard hit over the past few months, along with the rest of the tech sector. But it has still outperformed the Nasdaq and most of its tech peers this year, and is one of the few among them in positive territory for the past 12 months.