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- Great for investors looking to buy and hold shares
- Some of the lowest fees in the market
- Access to millions of shares in international markets
- Easy to buy and manage shares online
- Capital at risk, investments may fall
The easiest way to buy Apple shares is through an online share dealing platforms. These platforms let you buy shares in companies and manage your portfolio online or through an app.
Compare the UK’s leading share dealing accounts below to find the best option for you.
Use our graph to track the performance of AAPL stock over time.
Explore the table below to see how Apple has performed financially over the last 3 years.
|Apple Financial Reporting Figures||Revenue||Operating Income||Net Income||Total assets||Total Equity||Number of Employees|
|2015||$233.715 billion||$71.230 billion||$53.394 billion||$290.479 billion||$119.355 billion||115,000|
|2016||$215.639 billion||$60.024 billion||$45.687 billion||$321.686 billion||$128.249 billion||116,000|
|2017||$229.234 billion||$61.344 billion||$48.351 billion||$375.319 billion||$134.047 billion||123,000|
When buying or selling shares in a company it’s important to keep an eye on current affairs related to the company. We will talk you through some of the key things to keep an eye on when trading Apple shares.
First things first, you should check if the platform you’re considering allows you to hold foreign shares. Whether you’re looking at a dealing account, a stocks and shares ISA, or a SIPP (self invested personal pension), different trading providers have different rules.
Under HMRC rules, you’re allowed to hold shares listed on a ‘recognised stock exchange’. Your provider, however, may not allow it. So, check what stocks you’re able to hold with the share dealing platform you’re considering.
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