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  • Apple: Major Concerns Overstated And More Than Priced In [View article]
    A company executive should always look out what is best interest of its company. I don't see any problems giving Wall Street the middle finger. In fact, that is the type of executive that you want. If the big Wall Street guys won't put their money into a great company, the other folks do. And let me guess who win at the end :-). You know even Warren Buffett, despite his well-known dislike in tech, is talking about Apple, and tell Cook to do what is best interest to the company.

    Disclaimer: I am not an Apple shareholder, but I do own a few other stocks that get beaten down or ignored by Wall Street like Intel and Statoil even they earn good dividends and being well managed.
    Apr 2, 2013. 08:17 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Apple Exist 3 Years From Now? How Much Will It Be Worth? [View article]
    I think one can limit the speculative element in investing in tech by avoiding the consumer side of the problem, and focus on the backbone side. While one may not know what is the next big consumer tech gadget is (you don't know who is to going make the next Playstation, iPhone, Galaxy), one is far more certain that fibre and mobile networks, CPUs, computer memory, etc. are still needed down the road.

    To be frank, I have no positions in Apple, and have no intent to enter one, nor I have plans to invest in Google or Samsung. It is just too speculative for my taste.
    Feb 25, 2013. 10:58 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Apple Exist 3 Years From Now? How Much Will It Be Worth? [View article]
    I think it is important to highlight this article is not just about Apple - it is about all companies that are like Apple. No one really knows how the tech world would looks like more than a few years. This is not just an Apple problem - same words can be applied to Samsung and Google now, and to Dell, Sony and Microsoft a few years ago.

    As a geek, I love tech. However, investing in tech is a different story. Tech stocks are, by nature, volatile and unpredictable, and are more speculative to traditional industries and business.
    Feb 23, 2013. 08:36 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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