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  • The Coming Market Impact Of Apple's 64-Bit A7 [View article]
    Great article, was wondering for a while why nobody talks about AAPL going into corporate to displace MSFT monopoly, equipped with iPad 64 bit architecture and free iWorks productivity software it can leave MSFT years behind.
    Oct 2 05:30 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Why No One Is Going To Top The Fairfax Bid [View article]
    Prem Watsa is in deep red with his BBRY 10% shares, his average purchase price is probably in $50-60 range. THis is an act of desperation to make up for the losses.

    SHares are worth at least $15 but with TH getting golden package, writing off all those assets to bring down the company, someone needs to go to jail and pay fines.
    Sep 30 12:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple's Loser Strategy [View article]
    iPhone c and s will be sold at discount to the carriers, do not be so easily fooled. Touch ID is a total game changer and will sell as a hot cookie. There is no similar technology available on the market, what are Asian copycats going to do now? They have to wait at least a year or two for someone to develop it to be usable.
    Sep 12 08:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Goldman's Heath Terry hikes the price target on Amazon (AMZN +1%) to $355 from $325 in a move that would probably seem counterintuitive for virtually any other stock given that the company missed on both lines with its Q2 report Thursday evening and issued weak guidance. "We … believe Amazon is well positioned to benefit from accelerating global ecommerce growth, while leveraging its investment in technology, infrastructure, and customers into higher margin revenue streams," Terry says. That would be nice considering the company's operating margin was just 0.5% in Q2. [View news story]
    Thought Best Buy and other electronics are matching the prices now, not sure how this obvious stock manipulation gets tolerated for this long. Corrupted bankers will inflate the price even more so and just burst the bubble our of blue when nobody expects. Maybe when there is another big event in the headlines so it catches less attention.

    Or maybe when Amazon actually makes a profit the stock will collapse? Go figure.
    Jul 26 04:43 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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