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The iPhone's (
) U.S. share
soared to 53.3%
in the 12 weeks ending Nov. 25, per Kantar ComTech - that's up from 48.1% in the
12 weeks ending Oct. 28
, and far above the 35.8% seen in the year-ago period. Android's (
) U.S. share fell to 41.9% (down 1090 bps Y/Y). But again, the roles are switched in Europe, and then some: Android had a 61% share in the EU5 (up 920 bps Y/Y), and the iPhone 25.3% (up 250 bps). Do European sales have something to do with iPhone
order cut reports
? Android had 72.2% of "Urban China," and 60.7% of Brazil. (
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Right now, I don't know what or who to believe. Based on "Mr. Mad Money's" strong recommendation, I bought AAPL at what he said was its pullback at $644. I bought more in the low 500's.....now it's sit back and pray time....gotta keep the faith!
Dec 21, 2012. 01:02 PM
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Can Groupon Still Be Saved?
Forget the stock price and look at Groupon's reduced losses, committment to automation, committment to "local" and give them twelve months to automate and implement.
They have a recognized brand, a bunch of cash in the bank and a strong management team. Perhaps they went public too early and are taking the heat but they can survive and make this model work. Competition shows that there is a niche to fill; competition helps educate your customer enabling you to step in and provide a superior ROI.
Groupon, keep moving forward!
Nov 15, 2012. 08:28 AM
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