As Apple moves toward its goal of becoming a $1 trillion company by 2025, it could be betting that the next 12 months will be its best yet.
The company has an opportunity to become one of the biggest winners in the history of technology, analysts and investors say.
The question is: Will it?
Recode, which tracks tech stocks, recently released its 2017 technology index, which includes the most-active tech companies and technology-related sectors.
Its bullish thesis: Apple, a company that has long struggled to innovate and expand, is poised to become a new technology powerhouse.
The report also says that Apple could have a strong shot at surpassing the $1 billion mark in 2017.
The index is composed of 30 sectors, which include tech, health care, manufacturing, real estate, media, consumer products, financial services, technology and telecom.
Its “futured” outlook for Apple is positive, but the company is also very likely to lose money in a lot of those sectors, analysts say.
In fact, they believe Apple could lose between $5 billion and $10 billion in the next year.
If Apple’s stock were to fall by 10%, that would be a $4 billion loss, according to one analyst, according the analysis published on Monday by Recode.
If Apple’s market cap fell by 10% in the same period, that would mean a loss of $4.5 billion.
If the stock dropped by 20% and Apple’s share price fell by 20%, that means a loss to the company of $7.5 million.
The biggest risk for Apple in 2017 is that the company may be too big to fail.
It would take a $50 billion market cap to make the company insolvent, which is about $30 billion.
But that doesn’t mean Apple is out of the woods.
There are plenty of other companies that are going to lose billions in 2017 if they fall short of their projections, such as pharmaceuticals, retail, finance and other industries.
In the meantime, Apple’s valuation has been rising over the past few years, thanks in large part to its growing business in Apple Pay and Apple Watch.
Recode’s report notes that Apple Pay will take off as more people adopt it, and it could help the company grow its revenue by more than $1.5 trillion by 2020.
Apple Watch is set to become the most popular wearable device of all time by the end of this year.
Apple has also been adding employees to the workforce at a rapid pace.