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  • Dear Apple Board, This Is How You Defend The Share Price  [View article]
    Absolutely. I have had AAPL since 2000 and have had held and acculmulated. The amounts of ups and downs were crazy back then and now. Only from 2006-2009 did people finally realize that Apple was great COMPANY, not just a great stock. They will again.
    Jan 16, 2013. 01:57 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is There A Worm In The Apple?  [View article]
    I'm sorry but the Surface is a failure. It will not catch on in the mainstream. And with the IOS application CloudOn, I have had access to full MS Office on my iPad. Enterprise and businesses have been testing the iPad for over a year and a half.
    Jan 16, 2013. 12:52 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 77% of growth funds studied in Bernstein's Dec. analysis of 800 mutual funds owned shares of Apple (AAPL -3.6%), down from 82% in a Dec. 2011 review. Moreover, their average position relative to Apple's Russell 1000 weight had fallen markedly. However, Apple's penetration of value funds rose to 40% from 29% over this time, though its average weight remains only 0.4x that of its S&P 500 weight. Bernstein's conclusion: Apple needs to reel in more value investors by hiking its dividend - the current yield is 2.1%. (order cut reports: I, II) (previous[View news story]
    well that point has been reached yet.
    Jan 15, 2013. 04:35 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL) has cut iPhone 5 component orders for calendar Q1 due to weaker-than-expected demand, sources tell the WSJ; display orders are said to be cut by ~50%. The Nikkei also claims display orders have been halved, albeit from an elevated level of 65M. The articles back up analyst reports of iPhone production and component order cuts, and raise the question of whether Apple needs a cheaper iPhone and/or one with a larger display to bolster its international share. Suppliers on watch: LPL, CRUS, OVTI, QCOM, BRCM, SWKS, TQNT, AVGO[View news story]
    Rumors and half truths.
    Jan 14, 2013. 02:34 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Google Staying On Top Of Its Game With Android 4.2 OS  [View article]
    I think your article lacks a serious discussion of how Google search is completely cut out of the world's biggest market: China. Baidu is the default search engine in China, and will be on the iPhone.

    In addition, the fact that Apple is using their own Maps apps from here on in, is another data stream cut off from Google.
    Oct 31, 2012. 05:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • One Tech Growth Pick You Can't Afford To Miss  [View article]
    Microsoft is dead in five years.
    Oct 31, 2012. 05:32 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment