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  • Apple: Stop Comparing Apples To Oranges [View article]
    Excellent work.
    Apr 11, 2012. 08:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Vs. A Portfolio Of Solid Brand Names: Still No Comparison [View article]
    Your research coincides with my more casual research. My theory is you don't invest at all in the market UNTIL you can find a star company that is popping on all 8 cylinders. So I have been mainly out of the market except for the DELL years and now the AAPL years. I could never understand diversifying. Why would anyone want to have part of a portfolio go up and part of it go down? A crash would take them all down anyway. There usually is not a 1990's DELL and a 2010 -> AAPL. But when there is one go all in -- but watch it like a hawk.
    Apr 2, 2012. 01:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Zaky: Apple's P/E Ratio Falls to Lowest Level Since Financial Crisis Despite 92% Earnings Growth [View article]
    Thanks for that additional data that you worked out Andy. I appreciate it.
    May 16, 2011. 10:54 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Zaky: Apple's P/E Ratio Falls to Lowest Level Since Financial Crisis Despite 92% Earnings Growth [View article]
    Outstanding work, Andy. Thanks for taking the time and making the effort. I agree totally. My only comment is that Apple needs to split the stock. Individual investors I know will not buy the stock simply because of its high cost per share. I know it should not matter -- but it does. Q: can we get support through Facebook or Twitter to bring forth a proposal (by Apple stockholders) to split the stock. Greg --long Apple.
    May 14, 2011. 12:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fork in the Road for Apple [View article]
    We're all going to be working for Apple some day.
    Mar 31, 2011. 12:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fidelity's Outstanding Stock Picks [View article]
    Nice report Osman. Very helpful. Greg
    Mar 31, 2011. 12:10 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Top Technology Stocks With Highest Upside Potential [View article]
    Osman, thanks. You clarified one thing for me that I had missed earlier -- and that is the point that AAPL is not over-valued but has limited upside potential. Does it's share price dictate part of that, i.e. their reluctance to split the stock price? OK, take care.
    Mar 26, 2011. 01:02 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Top Technology Stocks With Highest Upside Potential [View article]
    Osman -- I am not sure this got posted but Ii think that your analysis may be leaving out what is currently happening on the ground. Therefore, could be an example of not seeing the forest because too much attention is being paid on the elements of each tree. Keep going though, you know a hell of a lot more about this than I do, and I respect your research -- but I don't agree with it when it comes to where i am going to put my money. Best wishes.
    Mar 25, 2011. 08:58 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Top Technology Stocks With Highest Upside Potential [View article]
    Former 1990's Dell freak -- one who kept buying Dell when many people said it was going to go down the commode -- and I am still living off the gains... and after staying on the sidelines for the past several years -- see the new Dell -- Apple. Carpe diem.
    Mar 25, 2011. 08:55 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Top Technology Stocks With Highest Upside Potential [View article]
    Thank you for your thoughts -- but it seems to me that this is a case of not seeing the forest because too much attention is paid to the trees, n'est pas?
    Mar 25, 2011. 08:53 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will the Manipulation of Apple Ever End? [View article]
    Rocco. Thanks. You do an amazing job of finding some truth and clarity amidst the turbulence that is created by the manipulators. Keep going man. We're counting on you.
    Mar 19, 2011. 01:12 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Finding an Appropriate Sell Price for Eli Lilly and Apple: A Tale of Two Extremes [View article]
    I enjoyed reading this article. I am always intrigued with ways of looking at stocks that might give one an edge. I am not an analyst, but the thing that sticks out like a sore thumb to me with this way of analyzing AAPL is the most of the data on which this analysis is made is out of date. Using a ten year moving average does not seem to be the way to analyze a scorcher of a company like AAPL, which has just begun to take off. I live in Asia and I can tell you that everyone is doing everything they can to get a hold of Apple products -- and that Asia is booming in terms of consumer wherewithal. Here's the way I see it: AAPL is the new DELL -- the Dell of the late 90's -- it was unstoppable -- and yet it had nothing proprietary that it was selling. It was simply a commodity -- but a commodity that had a brilliant marketing plan behind it. AAPL is all of DELL was +++++. More than several strong revenue streams and much of their product they own, it's licensed out. The only difference is that DELL split their stock several times a year -- at one point I had 13,000 shares and I'm a little guy. At the time DELL was booming you could several articles a day that pointed out all kinds of reasons why it was going to tank -- could not keep going at that pace, etc. etc.
    Jan 27, 2011. 12:39 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More iPhone Purchases Ahead if Apple Finally Gives In to Verizon [View article]
    Would be writer/trader
    Oct 7, 2010. 08:22 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • More iPhone Purchases Ahead if Apple Finally Gives In to Verizon [View article]
    Thanks. Great article. Please ignore the sophmoric comments made by a few of the responders who have never learned what mutual respect and good manners are about.
    Oct 7, 2010. 08:21 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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