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  • How Will Apple's Stock Split Impact Its Shareholders? [View article]
    Many investors were waiting for the split to buy the shares (I know several).
    I benefited the previous split and never regretted it.
    Apr 27 12:28 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Saving The Best For Last? [View article]
    MY TRADITIONAL WATCHES WILL MOVE TO THE RIGHT WRIST TO LEAVE THE LEFT READY FOR THE IWATCH. I CERTAINLY WON'T BE THE ONLY ONE.
    Apr 10 06:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Reason Apple Matters [View article]
    I love my blackberry, it keeps paper from flying off my desk. On the other hand, an Apple a day keeps the viruses away.
    Jan 29 02:42 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Confessions Of A Closet Fanboy [View article]
    zondlo, BRAVO!!!
    Jan 24 01:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple's Italian Tax Woes Are Just The Tip Of The Iceberg [View article]
    Do you pay more taxes than what is legally required? If you have the means to hire lawyers and finical experts to minimize the governments requirements for taxation, do you not do it?
    A healthy corporation that provides jobs to millions of people (Who pay taxes), gives its share holders profits that are also taxed, pays taxes where they cannot be avoided, also pays property taxes wherever they have plants. Shouldn't such a business be glorified rather than vilified?
    I think so.
    Nov 18 11:31 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple's Italian Tax Woes Are Just The Tip Of The Iceberg [View article]
    Yes, every entity making a profit should pay taxes (Even religious and charitable institutions), provided governments don't plunder the moneys to waste it because of mismanagement. In France individuals and corporations are taxed at over 80%, the result is emigration to more friendly countries and impoverishment of the greedy nations.
    Inept politicians are the menace. A tax reduction (even if temporary) in the US would see trillions of dollars pouring in our economy.
    Don't kill the hen with the golden eggs.
    Nov 17 08:28 AM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple buys video discovery app Matcha.tv; 37 new patents granted [View news story]
    The hologram key board would be great!
    Aug 14 11:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple seeks Samsung ban in court, ITC cases [View news story]
    The vitriol keeps pouring. If you think Apple is such a bad company, what is your interest in bashing it days in and days out. It seems to me that you need to get a life. Critic is often a loser's reaction.
    But keep on going. Me, no complain with my return on investment, even if I didn't sell some shares at $700.00
    Aug 10 01:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Apple Is Undervalued By As Much As 50% [View article]
    Winning, winning... First of all, Apple has been the leader in innovation. Projects take time to come to market, especially for a company that doesn't compromise with quality. Second Apple is not trying to prove anything in the wild West of investing. They produce top drawer products. The stock price has very little to too with what this corporation is accomplishing. When stocks prices were skyrocketing every one loved Apple, even people who didn't own any device. Instant gratification is as American as Apple pie (if I dare the comparison). As time goes by the creative minds a Cupertino are developing the next big things and, when the stock will rocket up, it will be a lot of sorry losers who will increase the criticism.
    Long on Apple has been and will be rewarding. Patience is a virtue.
    Jul 18 07:54 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple's Risk-Reward Ratio Makes It A No-Brainer [View article]
    Buy high and sell low, what a smart move!
    Jul 6 08:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple's Risk-Reward Ratio Makes It A No-Brainer [View article]
    Impatience is what gets people in trouble. I am not a daily trader. If I am confident a product is great and continue to work at getting better, I hold on my shares. Stocks go up and stocks go down, so many factors involved... For all those who trust their crystal ball: "Good luck".
    Have I lost money? Not a red cent, because I still own the stock, waiting for the next upswing.
    For all of the "experts" who denigrate a company, If it is so bad, let it go and use your energy on something else.
    If I have a bad neighbor, I don't go around telling bad things about him, I just ignore him. Get a life and stop polluting this site.
    Jul 6 08:45 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: iPhone Unit Sales May Surprise On The Upside [View article]
    kimboslice, I like your opinion as it reflects mine. Whining about Apple secrecy doesn't make sense. It has always been the policy, and it has worked and still will.
    I was always confident even when the share price was in the dumps and pundits were screaming bankruptcy. Who is laughing now?
    Greatest products, greater service, unmatched eco system. The future looks bright.
    Jun 29 07:51 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Short-Term Challenges, Long-Term Optimism [View article]
    The Apple "cult" was born because of the most extraordinary products the company has created, and still does. The stock has suffered a decline because of greedy expectations that are not fulfilled as quickly as people wished. Tim Cook does what Apple has always done, create products until perfection is achieved. The philosophy has never been to manipulate the stock market. Stock price goes up and stock price goes down, but in the end quality wins.
    Rumors of a TV, a watch and other wearables have gone wild while all the geniuses at Apple are quietly polishing the projects until those marvels, people don't know yet they want, are ready. In the mean time they are fine tuning hardware, software, the ecosystem and opening new Apple stores, etc. Doesn't look like they are dormant.
    Figures analysis are interesting but no crystal balls. Time will tell.
    As for me, I collect the dividends until the share price begins to rise again as it will pretty soon.
    Buying high and selling low doesn't seem like a very smart maneuver to me. But it's your money,
    Jun 29 08:45 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Short-Term Challenges, Long-Term Optimism [View article]
    Excellent comment, Rjmontealegre. Indeed some people don't understand Apple and keep spiting venom on this site.
    Guess work and speculations are, most of the time, polluting SA.
    On one end we witness hatred against Apple, on the other extreme are the dreamers.
    I invested for the long haul, I have been very successful and will be even more. The quest for instant gratification is as American as apple pie (pun intended) and rarely bear fruits.
    Jun 27 11:00 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Apple Is Undervalued By As Much As 50% [View article]
    The cost of producing iPhones went up? How about the price of producing for the competition? Is Apple singled out to suffer price increases? Please compare apples to apples (Punt intended)
    Jun 26 06:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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