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  • Even With Higher Margins, Amazon Wouldn't Be Cheap  [View article]
    But Amazon's main business Retail is not growing sales and earnings even as fast as Apple is.
    Nov 7, 2015. 08:51 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Even With Higher Margins, Amazon Wouldn't Be Cheap  [View article]
    But bulk of Amazon's business is not growing very fast. Its Retail is growing slower than Apple's profits and revenues. And Amazon is now getting real big.
    Nov 7, 2015. 08:50 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Kudos To Judge Lamberth: Bubkis Hedge Fund Claims Against Freddie/Fannie Get Heave-Ho  [View article]
    The government has since SUED many of the large banks, Bank America, Citicorp, JP Morgan,Wash Mutual...etc. and gotten over $20 billion of Settlements from these banks having DE-FRAUDED Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by in the past (pre-finan.crash) sold them the mortgages these banks wrote, without disclosing the real risks and real financials of borrowers. Now since these losses (caused by prior lack of proper government oversight of the Wall St. and large Banks) effected Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac stock (caused the losses in turn at Fannie Mae and Freddie), don't the proceeds of those LawSuits Winnings rightfully belong to the people who put up the capital for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (that is the stock-holders?). Why is the Government seizing the proceeds of the lawsuits against the big Wall St. Banks that de-frauded Fannie Mae, when the capital lost was put up by the stockholders? BASICALLY THE GOVERNMENT IS STEALING THAT WHICH RIGHTFULLY IS NOT THERE's. IT WASN'T THE GOVERNMENT's CAPITAL LOST, DE-FRAUDED. So the lawsuits recovering it should not go to fund more of 0Bama's Welfare Programs for looters or mega-millions pensions for the government employees who were not properly regulating and investigating the Big Banks from the start.
    Oct 6, 2014. 01:51 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Kudos To Judge Lamberth: Bubkis Hedge Fund Claims Against Freddie/Fannie Get Heave-Ho  [View article]
    Stockman is trying to destroy the price of Homes in USA, by making 30 year mortgages both too expensive and rare. Now is not the time to do that, when Middle Class incomes are hurting. Stockman even admits in the article this is part of his agenda: "Markets would clear the interest price of mortgage debt and set credit terms and maturities consistent with the risks involved. Undoubtedly, rates would be a few hundred basis points higher and 30-year fixed rates mortgages quite rare." A few hundred basis points higher means several percents higher, such as 7% 30 year mortgages rather than 4% mortgages. OBAMA SHOULD BEWARE BEFORE THE MIDDLE CLASS IS AGAIN PUSHED OFF THE CLIFF BY PLUMMETING HOUSING PRICES FROM END OF FANNIE MAE.
    Oct 6, 2014. 01:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Retirement Strategy: The Apple Juggernaut Should Be In Every Retirement Portfolio Right Now  [View article]
    Amazon has $5 billion accumulated 'positive cash flow', since going public in 1996, in 72 quarters altogether AMZN only made $5 billion. Maybe less now given they just reported a Loss Quarter. Apple makes more than $5 billion pos. cash-flow in just 1 quarter. Anyone who buys AMZN is buying a weak company with no pricing power, that only exists by cost-cutting, and usually can't make much any profit.
    Jul 30, 2014. 10:58 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Upstream Vs. Downstream 'Complementary Partners' In Apple-IBM Deal  [View article]
    good point you make about MSFT spending huge on Ads, yet it hasn't moved the needle. Same with Samdung. Samdung, invented nothing except copying Apple products some, and spending huge 4X Apple's Ad budget, on Ads. It worked for awhile, but now Samsung is losing market share at the higher priced end of the market and now Samsung's profits going down too. Over-spending on Ads, is trying to manipulate the public. The public knows who's tablets and computers and smartphones work better.
    Jul 17, 2014. 09:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Invades The Enterprise Space  [View article]
    If you're right, AAPL stock's going to go to $105 by year-end 2014, then why own it now at $95? That's not enough of a potential gain (only 20% annualized approx.). So I'm going to option off some of my AAPL shares this afternoon. Why is the article discussing BBRY (Rimtards?) If that's all Apple/IBM can gain is the 1% market share BBRY has left, then there's no growth left for Apple. In reality Apple/IBM's is going after stopping MSFT-NOK's and SAMDUNG's further encroachments into Mobile and Computer Tablets in the big corporate sector.
    Jul 17, 2014. 09:05 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: The Party Is Over; Initiating With A Bearish View  [View article]
    Apple should buy BBRY for $10 billion (more than the accumulated positive cash-flow of Amazon since inception in 1996), and give away copies of a watered down version of Blackberry's Operating System for FREE to anyone in any country that wishes to make a SmartPhone. And that would be the end of GOOGL's Android (given away for free software) eyeballs market share. Given away Blackberry's Operating System for free, to the low end of the market, would at least give the phone users a more bug-free and more secure operating system, than they now have with Android.
    Jul 10, 2014. 05:24 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Amazon Did NOT Slay Apple, But It Will Gain Prime Members From Its New 3D Fire Phone  [View article]
    In short its only going to be a phone for odd people. Someday they'll make a cheaper version, to do tons of "data mining" on your preferences and all that you are shopping. But is it worth saving $200 to have all your private info. in Amazon's computers, and also to be bombarded with constant shopping ads? At least iPHONES and Apple products are relatively virus-free. The new Amazon phone will not only have to contend with lots of Viruses as all Android phones do, but AMAZON WILL BE THE BIGGEST VIRUS IN YOUR PHONE, snooping on you all day long.
    Jun 19, 2014. 10:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Amazon Did NOT Slay Apple, But It Will Gain Prime Members From Its New 3D Fire Phone  [View article]
    First it won't be real 3D. That would require holograms and lasers. Its just some type of pseudo-3D. Only people who will care about that are guys who've lost their hair on their heads like Bezos,and grown it on their palms (just joking) from being too heavy into Porn viewing.
    Jun 19, 2014. 10:12 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • I Was Wrong About Apple  [View article]
    Some interesting points he makes ... that much of the growth was selling older model Apple 4S at discounted prices in Emerg. Market Third World Countries. OK, but that's why AAPL's stock is up. People wanted them to cut prices on older model, or make a cheaper new phone to sell to 3rd World Moderate Income Countries. And Apple can make a new version of the iPHONE4S cheaper with plastic case instead of glass on both sides, and sell it for even less and get even more market share, from the 3rd World market.
    Jun 9, 2014. 11:39 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Don't Buy Apple After It Splits  [View article]
    This article's a lot of hype about not much. A stock split does not change the earns/share, nor book value/share, nor growth rate, nor PE Ratio after backing out cash and cash equivalents per share. All it does is cut the Pizza Pie into smaller bites. When the stock is split 7:1, it will then open at 1/7th the price, but 7X the number of shares. Then it will trade up or down in the next day and month. END OF STORY.
    May 14, 2014. 06:24 AM | 16 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China's Credit Crunch Starts To Hurt  [View article]
    OK, but what's the interest rates on that debt? US Government has $17 trillion in debt now, but because it manipulates the interest rates low, by ripping off Middle Class Americans by having banks pay next to no interest on retirement savings (doesn't effect govern. employees, they keep their big pensions, but effects private mid-class people who've been ripped off 30% of their savings be earning no interest on bank deposits in past 6 years), the US Govt. therefore can service a lot of Debt. US Govt. only pays say 2% interest on its borrowed money. If same low rates prevail in China, then the Debt Bubble there is sustainable too. Fact that China is trying to let the air out of the bubble slowly, is good, vs. Bernanke/Yellen/Obama-... is adding on more US Govt. Debt.
    Apr 30, 2014. 08:47 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: China Delivers  [View article]
    My Chinese Fiancee in USA, bought an IPhone 5. When her PhD Computer Science friend went back to China for a year, he first bought Apple products here, to gift to his poorer relatives back in China. From my limited market research view (her and her Chinese friends) if they have higher incomes, and are working hard, they don't mind paying another $300 more, to have a better working SmartPhone. My Chinese Fiancee in USA says the $600 she spent buying an iPHONE5, was one of her "Best Investments", because it works better than the Nokia phone she had prior. So she has more than made it back by the Apple iPHONE helping her be MORE PRODUCTIVE. Also it never broke in the past year, at all. The Android Phone I got from TMobile, needed warranty service 3X, cost me $20 fee to mail it back to TMobile each time + the lost productivity and hours wasted dealing with the liars at TMobile, who also stole a memory card out of the phone I sent back.
    Apr 24, 2014. 05:15 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple: Let Us Not Get Overexcited  [View article]
    The article is putting a negative-spin on that the Div. Increase was "only 8%". Saying Microsoft has had larger yearly dividend increases sometimes. OK, but did MSFT increase their Dividend and ALSO increase STOCK BUYBACK $30 BILLION? Obviously if AAPL did not increase its Buyback by $30 Bn., it could have paid out another $30 Billion to Dividends, or a 100% yearly increase in Div. And its good to see Apple is putting its big cash-hoard, earning almost nothing in US Govern. Bonds, instead more profitably into buying its own under-valued stock. Tim Cook's done very well buying Apple Stock from the Bears at about $470 average cost. That $90 in effect gain on each share bought back and retired is not accounted for, but its Real and Tens Billion$ more profit (though not booked).
    Apr 24, 2014. 10:41 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment