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and my guess it would be 899 (11)/999(13)/1099(11rd)/1199(13rd)which would butt up against 1299 13"MBPrd price  (and the 1199 MBPreg  is the crossover point... which I think will disappear). and I would think there would be another cpu refresh at that time and/or memory (more)
I think the keys are 1) fractional sell-offs for those who have 20 (140) or less shares 2) the cost of Options goes up, ROI on Options based speculation [and the need to feed it] goes down (sog35... good point) 3) less institutional investing, more personal investing - primarily because of the lower cost of entry for a std purchase (100 shares) - but also individuals look at the stock price, and less Price/Earning or forward earnings estimates, when they determine if a...
I'm holding all my money in reserve (living on an iPad2 as my portable computer now) for that to happen.  
Word, Safari/Flash seem to eat the most memory, but I think the trade off is the SSD, and mavericks better memory management, especially at the boundary conditions.   I'm running 8gb on my 2010 mini, and before mavericks I was running icleanmemory at least a couple times an hour.   Now, it's a lot better even with the stock drive.  my wives 4gb 2013MBA just cruises now,  compared to her 2009Macbook at 6gb and a std disk. Compression also lowers the need to drive data to...
 and who would these tech media be reporting to?   I think the days are long past (I could be wrong) that FUD of 'no one is buying their stuff' (IBM and MS used to do that a lot... and I'd hear people point at stock price as a measure of corporate viability).    Financial analysts market to stock holders.  No stockholders, no analyst reports. You don't hear anyone claiming Koch Industries is suffering due to 6 years of a Democrat in the WhiteHouse?   Why?  because no one...
partially right... they also are using them for employee grants/warrants/options/ESOPs But in general, if Apple had 900,000,000 shares outstanding and buys back 900,000 shares and 'destroys them' then the remaining 899,100,000 shares are roughly 0.11% more valuable.
Being a Dividend stock makes it attractive to institutional funds  all those funds for 401Ks and IRAs. That's why getting included in the Dow is important... massive exposure to index funds.
now....  playing this card out a bit... could you see a bit of stock manipulation based on the craziness of the analysts reacting to 'situation normal' information. - Apple sees a more positive number cooking in the pipeline- Apple sees the possibility to book revenues next quarter *- takes action... backing off the performance numbers to fit in the lower guidance levels- Analysts tank the stock after the public announcement- Apple effectively covers it 'shorts'- Next...
 Buyback and dividend is a double bump.  Apple is both growth stock and a income stock.   double dip investing.   Stock Houses see a demand from the Joe Investor to pick up 10 shares now at $800 every quarter in their personal IRA, as well as the big mutual funds stuffing their 'growth and income' mutual funds with AAPL.
when your stock splits, pretty much nothing happens... your broker just multiplies your holding by 7 at the magic hour, and the price goes to 1/7th (and all the math on dividends, p/e, market cap... they all wash out).   This is definitely driving the liquidity of the stocks and driving the stock back into the consumer market.   Them buying up stock (which on the one hand concentrated the stocks into the buy and hold group, and arguably made employees a higher percentage...
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