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    I much enjoyed this comment, constantnormal. I would say that an Apple laptop could be included in a basket of goods that a somewhat ordinary U.S. person might want to include for coping with contemporary situations. With beans, corn, squash, a wireless-equipped laptop, and a few feet to crash in, your laid-off couch-surfer with sufficient urban friends can probably survive for quite a while. I find this happening in the place where I live. Young, carless, militant vegans are camping out in what urban planners call high-density. If you've ever practiced martial arts in close quarters, you will have observed the changes in heat and humidity this close-living engenders. Fewer btu's are required to heat such places. The ubiquity of Apple laptops in wire-less enabled coffee shops bodes well for the medium distance on Apple. I don't know about 70 as the buy-in point, but if Apple sends tentacles out toward renewable-energy initiatives, I would really want to get in. I'm still just watching the stock for now.


    On Jan 22 09:31 AM constantnormal wrote:

    > @ SkateNY -- I presume you're doing a preemptive flaming of the inevitable
    > "Apple is a fad" comments, as I could detect nothing of this sort
    > in the article. In fact, the word "fad" appears only in your comment,
    > and no where in the article.
    >
    > The article was a good summary of the conference call, but if you're
    > interested enough to read the article, you really should download
    > the call from iTunes (a free download, search on "Apple earnings")
    > and listen to it in its entirety.
    >
    > Nice job with the summary, John. What I'd really like to see is
    > an article that looks at the incredible depth and breadth of management
    > talent in Apple, vis-a-vis other companies, not just in the consumer
    > electronics realm, but ALL other companies. The incredible wealth
    > of talent and experience inside Apple is unmatched by any other company
    > I am aware of, bar none. Steve Jobs as the greatest pitchman alive
    > today is merely the cherry atop the whipped cream. The company would
    > continue to be unstoppable even if Steve were to leave.
    >
    > It's a testimony to his leadership that he has managed to inculcate
    > his modus operandi throughout the company. It will take a long,
    > long while before Apple begins to misfire.
    >
    > That's not to say that they're not going to slide downward during
    > this depression -- they are, after all, in the consumer electronics
    > field, and are undeniably makers of discretionary purchases, not
    > water or food or medicine. But due to their strong management team,
    > top-notch talent, and huge cash position (still increasing, by the
    > way), they will slide lower a lot slower than their competition,
    > gaining competitive ground all the while.
    >
    > I can't wait until the stock gets down below 70 so I can back up
    > the truck and go all-in on AAPL.
    Jan 22 02:41 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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