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  • Bloomberg: Icahn has $1B+ Apple stake, sees shares topping $600 [View news story]
    And depending on what he bought it at, some incentive to want to get the rates higher. His words must be taken with a grain of salt given his holdings. And for the record, I also have some shares. Anybody who does is hoping for higher prices.
    Aug 13, 2013. 04:13 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • More on Apple: The WSJ reports Apple is testing several TV designs with the help of Foxconn (HNHAF.PK) and Sharp (SHCAY.PK). "It isn't a formal project yet. It is still in the early stage of testing," says one source. Reports of an Apple TV set project are nothing new, and Tim Cook's remarks last week bolstered speculation. It still looks as if Apple's biggest challenge won't be building a quality set, but striking necessary deals with content owners and pay-TV providers bent on maintaining the status quo. [View news story]
    You know, they have the cash. They should just produce a couple of their own shows and show that they don't need the other guys. They'll come begging to be included. :O)
    Dec 12, 2012. 09:46 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Must-Own Energy Names For The Income Investor [View article]
    I have purchased primarily ETFs but have added some individual stocks because of some nice dividends. However, I always have a hard time pushing the sell button when prices are up. You mention LINE having about 18 years of reserves. If people add it, how do you know when to sell it?

    cd :O)
    Sep 27, 2012. 09:45 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How the Fed Is Making Banks Lend [View article]
    The problem I see is the Fed's plan is relying too heavily on Debt. This Country needs to have some major retractions so that it can return to having a majority living within their means and not being leveraged out the wazoo.

    The Fed should be supporting smart lending and saving.
    Dec 22, 2008. 02:02 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment