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  • Infrequently Asked Questions: Sequenom [View article]
    I started following and buying and selling SQNM from years ago when it fell from a $21 stock and dropped to $3 and change-----since then I have bought and sold about 3 different times making a few$$$$$------I guess I am waiting for that home run or a least a long double. I like the company and really like that it was a personal pick of mine----Big Success to SQNM .
    Sep 8, 2014. 05:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL) only looks cheap if it maintains its profit margins (35.3% in 2012), writes The Brooklyn Investor. Slapping Samsung's mobile operating margin of 18% on Apple's $181B in expected revenue this year then giving it a 10 multiple and adding back cash yields a value of $370/share. Margins might not decline right away (and revenues may increase to offset), but Apple bulls are fighting the powerful historical tendency (particularly for Apple) of excess margins getting competed away. [View news story]
    Whatever Mr. Cook is planning for Apple,he is waiting too long.Plain and simple, investors are viewing him as a substandard leader. Money is being lost as well as confidence.Do something to prove yourself a respectable head of a company or step down. Mr. Jobs certainly would not be proud of this misdirection of Apple.
    Apr 21, 2013. 04:11 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "High above the Alps my Gnome is hearing a rumor that Apple will announce a stock split at tomorrow's shareholder meeting," tweets Doug Kass. The rumor has led Apple (AAPL +1%) shares to spike higher. Update (2:24 PM): Kass is using the post-rumor spike to sell part of his trading position in Apple. [View news story]
    I for one am still very pro Apple----maybe it is time to get Apple back in the light it deserves by doing some financial benifits to the shareholders or announcing some product like being worked on--------------------...
    Feb 26, 2013. 04:22 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Greenlight Capital/David Einhorn has dropped its lawsuit  over Apple's (AAPL -1.6%) Prop. 2, in response to the company's decision to withdraw the proposal and its bundled changes (in the wake of an injunction) prior to Wednesday's shareholder meeting. Apple insisted at the meeting it remains committed to giving shareholders the right to vote on the issuing of preferred stock. [View news story]
    I am seeing Apple as a misled company in need of a real leader. How much longer can this man in charge let his company fall into ruin.As a shareholder that is losing $$$$ on my purchase, I am totally disgusted with the handling or "mishandling" of such a money making company.
    Mar 2, 2013. 03:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment