Originally Posted by djkikrome
I would LOVE to buy $500 value stock for $7. What bullshit.
When he joined in 2003, he was given stock options with a price tag of $7. The stock was around $6-7 then.
Originally Posted by MJ1970
Actually it doesn't have to do with the state of incorporation. It is about whether or not the company has a presence (possibly only retail) and/or physically sells...
Originally Posted by Apple ][
Nokia has been a much more profitable stock than Apple lately.
Nokia stock fell from a high of $40 to $1.63. Now when it has gone up a little, it unfair to compare it to...
Originally Posted by sflocal
Please correct me if I'm wrong on this. Are you saying that at today's closing of $565.73 which was up 60% for you, you have a 4/2013 strike price of $353.59/share?...
Originally Posted by robbyx
And they don't pay any taxes on the profits from the sale of those goods, right? The sale of those goods generates no sales tax either, right?
If Apple is so 'innovative' in...
Quote:Originally Posted by charlituna That's why they are calling it a 'gross' margin. Just like what you make before taxes is your 'gross' pay, etc.
The 'net' margin is likely much much lower, especially this year where they...