Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is still basking in the limelight since reaching a market cap of $1 trillion back in August. The company’s high-end products and services have delighted its customers for decades, and the recent refresh of its iPhone lineup indicates that there’s no slowing down any time soon.
Meanwhile, IBM (NYSE:IBM) has been working on transitioning away from its legacy hardware products over the past few years, and it’s in the middle of reinventing itself for a tech world that’s increasingly focused on services revenue. The company’s stock has fallen out of favor for some, but its commitment to its dividend has helped keep it on income investors’ radar.
So which company looks like the better buy right now? Let’s examine a few key aspects of both companies to get a better idea…
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