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That is the type of scared and closed-minded thinking that keeps people from being successful.Since before 2007, I have heard people saying that Apple has nothing in the pipeline, and that they were being crushed by Microsoft. Here are some conservative predictions that I made not too long ago:http://forums.appleinsider.com/showt...=1#post2044987
Not if I get to your home before you get home from work.
Based on your statement:"On average, the top 100 Android applications cost $374.37, or an average of $3.74 per application, compared to the $1.47 average on Apple's App Store."$3.74 is about 2.5 times $1.47, and it is also 1.5 times more expensive than $1.47. There is a difference. I recommend correcting your headline and any example of where you said, "2.5 times more expensive than."
Did anyone listen to me when I said, when AAPL was $250 per share:or:on July 27, 2011 when AAPL was $392 per share:Now you can buy Apple at $500 per share. I expect it to be at $650+ one year from today.
They can be pretty stupid:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEJpz...eature=related
The article says:So this is a projection for one year away? "Amazon is expected to "surpass all other iPad rivals" in the final quarter of 2012."
How often do you hear about the CEO of a big company giving advice as a mentor to another CEO while expecting nothing in return?You might say, "But that URL could have been worth millions of dollars to Salesforce.com if they had sold it to Apple.But the advice that Steve gave Marc could have been worth many more millions (or even billions) of dollars.
AAPL will be $500 or more by 01/30/13.
If you buy now, a year, or two, or three years from now, you can say, "I'm glad I bought AAPL." If you don't buy AAPL now, you can keep saying what you've been saying for a long time. You had better hurry. This could be the last time to buy AAPL under $400 per share.
But the PlayBook has:
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