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Rovio's absurdly popular Angry Birds series managed to grab 3 spots (#1, #4, and #7) on...

Rovio's absurdly popular Angry Birds series managed to grab 3 spots (#1, #4, and #7) on analytics firm Distimo's list of the most popular mobile apps for 2011. Facebook came in at #2, and Skype (MSFT) at #3. Distimo's 2011 report also claims both the iPhone and iPad App Stores (AAPL) continue to generate far more revenue than Android Market (GOOG), in spite of Android's incredible growth. (previously)
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  • bailinnumberguy
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    Don't look now, but AAPL's closing in on $400. Looks like the bears are going to lose on this one for a while. A material earnings beat should propel the stock to $450 rather comfortably. $500 will likely be touched in 2012. Apple's bottom support number should move up to about $380 from $365 or so. No recession in the U.S. as all of the indicators are pointing to a reasonably healthy economy, apart from debt levels. All that can hold Apple down now is a broad sell-off triggered from some cataclysm coming out of Europe. The shorts simply can't get very far w/ this stock.
    22 Dec 2011, 08:38 AM Reply Like
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